Learning From Failures

"It’s good to have a failure when you are young because it teaches you so much. For one thing, it makes you aware that such a thing can happen to anybody, and once you’ve lived through the worst, you’re never quite as vulnerable afterward.”

- Walt Disney

Celebrate Success. Learn from Failures.

5 Mistakes You Can Learn From
By learning from our own mistakes, we can avoid making them again. So let's look at some of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to learn something new.Learning from mistakes is an essential part of life. We all make mistakes, and by learning from them, we can avoid repeating them in the future.1. Not Starting Small.If you want to learn anything, you need to start small. Start with one thing and build up from there. Only try a few things at a time. It will overwhelm you, and you'll never finish.2. Trying Too Hard.One of the biggest mistakes we...View more
Hands-on Ideas to accept process and learn from failures
Going through some tough times in life? Whatever we tell you may not lessen the pain you are going through. All kinds of positive messages/advice can seem hyped to you. Or it can be the last thing you like to process right now.You might think, "Please, not another set of advice. I'm already not in the place".  We understand it. And we're not going to do that.This article is about sharing the best methods and practices that you and I can follow. Things that you and I can take it up to accept, process, and learn from failures!  These ideas...View more
Embracing Failure: Benefits of Learning from Setbacks
“Our Most Profitable Lessons are learned from failure, not success.” – Frank Davidson.I think we can all agree to it.With failures, we either take it as our weakness, or we take it as self-judgment or self-evaluation. This is where we go wrong.Here’s an interesting note:Ashley Good, CEO of Fail Forward (a failure consultancy firm), has a different provoking perspective about the failures we face in life.  Ashley says talking about “embracing or celebrating failures” can become an in-appropriate response when someone is facing a distressing failure in life.She further adds that we have to avoid defensive responses like try to...View more
What are the important strategies for Learning from Failures?
“If you learn from defeat, you haven’t really lost.” – Zig Ziglar They have taught us that “Aim for success. Work hard. Failure is not an option.” Then the question comes, “What if I fail. What if I’m facing a major setback? Does that mean I have lost it?” No. That is not it. This is where we have to reboot our thoughts a little. We have to see why we failed and what’s there to learn from it. Instead, if we either think ‘failure is the doom’ or ‘sit and worry about it,’ that is when we will have...View more

"The road to success and the road to failure are almost exactly the same." -- Colin R. Davis

Why Learning from Failure is Important?
Why Learning from Failure is Important?I get it. You don’t want to lose. I don’t want to lose. Neither of us willingly wants to fail, is it? But we can’t deny the reality either. You have to face your failures and your fears in life to come out successful. There’s no escaping from it.You might ask, “Failure is a de-motivating feeling, and what is there to learn?”This is where we like to differ.Failure is “not a negative-emotional package” as it appears or seems to us.Failure hurts. We’ll give you that. But it is not bad. It is not the end....View more