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Failure is the stepping stone to success

Do you believe that as a result, you will be able to attain the success you desire without failure? If your response is yes, and you sincerely believ

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Do you believe that as a result, you will be able to attain the success you desire without failure? If your response is yes, and you sincerely believe it, then you have failed miserably. If you want to be successful  and make your ambition a reality, you must accept that failure is a necessary step toward success.

Success is not about ascending the ladder in one go, but about encountering new chances, experiences, and even failures at every step. One can surely move forward with so much to explore at every step, with opportunities and fresh experiences. When an individual encounters setback, though, he or she is frequently faced with two options: let the failures obstruct his or her path or use them to fuel your resolve to climb the ladder to the top.

 What do we do while we sit for meditation and see flashes of light or different colors of light? We become more adept in our meditations if we sit regularly. Although we may not notice the results immediately , the minutes and hours we spend in meditation add up. This entails treating each day in which we believe we have failed as though it were a lesson in how not to meditate. It is necessary to assess if we have applied the technique appropriately. By the thousandth time, we might finally figure out how to meditate properly and be showered with showers of radiant Light.

Similarly, If you look into the business world, you’ll find that many successful business individuals have struggled. They are people like Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Ratan Tata, and Dhirubhai Ambani, who have achieved fame through their hard work, determination, and fortitude.

Well talking about FedEx, It is a service that most of the people  have used or are at least familiar with. It is now an excellent synonym for “delivery.” But what about the man who started it all, Fred Smith? In the first 26 months after starting FedEx operations in 1973, he lost $29 million. He moved his attention to Asia in 1989, when he purchased the $880 million Flying Tiger cargo line. The Great Recession, which hit Fred and Fed like a tonne of bricks, was the next major setback they faced. In 2009, the corporation narrowly generated a profit of $98 million. FedEx’s story today has a different, more predictable tone to it. The company currently ships over 10.2 million goods each day in 220 countries, a remarkable achievement built on the foundation of manya-failure. The journey of an entrepreneur is anything but a straight road, with ups and downs, twists and slopes. At every step, there is another impossibility waiting to be discovered. Is it, however, waiting to be proven correct or transformed into a possibility? Your response will either classify you as another entrepreneur or place you in the company of the few super entrepreneurs.

If people continue to work on their projects despite failures, you can’t argue that the end outcome is a failure for them, right? That is because the eventual result is yet unknown, as their current efforts may not yield the desired results. When you fail and keep going, the final product has not been discovered yet since you are still working on it. However, if you fail and stop, the final result is unquestionably failure, and you will be unable to achieve your goals. By continuing to put in the effort despite any setbacks or failures, you will have a better chance of succeeding in the end and not allowing those setbacks to define the outcome of your efforts.

Before becoming successful, the world’s most powerful leaders went through a period of enormous failure. Your success is determined by how motivated and determined you are after a setback. Failure is an enthralling experience. It is not a failure but if we need to start taking it as a natural progression of a problem solution.

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