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FAILURE: TOLERATE, CELEBRATE AND REWARD

Samuel Beckett said, “Fail, Fail again, Fail better.” Failure is never an end but quitting for lifetime is a permanent failure. Failure is not your failure but it is a feedback to your efforts and you have not received the result which was planned.

Your expectations have been proved wrong, not you.

Average failure hardly produces excellent lessons. Master lessons are produce by excellent failure. Average success hardly creates impact in the life and society.

Failure develops tolerate and built up strong mind, nearly complete mind. Mentor, most of the time, demonstrates a complete mind.

Failure makes you stronger from within. Ability to face today in any uneven condition should be at the optimum level. Failure creates ground nut reality and that vision helps you in leading for tomorrow.

Failure has little value but not rising up again after failure, I mean permanent failure is really miserable and pity fool. SAD BUT TRUE.

Can I have advantage from failure? Can I reward for master failure? Reward your excellent failure so you can become stronger and learn lessons for tomorrow. Failure directs you with vision for better tomorrow. Failure can be celebrated because it has given you lessons and refined you for excellent tomorrow. Isn’t great!!!!

As New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg aptly put it: “In business, you reward people for taking risks. When it doesn’t work out you promote them—because they were willing to try new things. If people tell me they skied all day and never fell down, I tell them to try a different mountain.”

FAILING PERMANENTLY IS A REAL DISASTER.

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