Today’s Tip • Motivation : The greats started out failures
Fear holds worlds at bay. Break through that fear. Become something more than a frozen statue unwilling to partake in this beautiful world of life. Taking chances changes life from one still moment to endless possibilities. Give a dream your time, your motion, your destination. Remember that every step never taken is a step behind the rest. Above all else, when your doubt holds you so deep in fear, your heart shakes and you begin to tear, you control your fate. You control everything from this point on. Be willing to fail!
In action anything can happen. It is that act where we learn through success, and failure. Education is more important than never learning. In school, if you sit there and listen to nothing then you’ll most likely get a low grade and be held back. Your life is a test of attempts. Listen to what is around you. Listen to how you deal with a situation, how you fail, or succeed. Your ability to learn from these events will completely enhance your outcome with a perfect A+ in life… your life. Be willing to fail.
Our first President; George Washington, lost more battles than he won. He was willing to fail because the goal was more important than his pride, his fear, his worry of failure. His losses never outweighed his powerful motivation to overcome all odds. In fact, he was almost fired for losing one particular battle. The British thought he was horrible as a solider in the British army, and when he completed his campaign that inevitably lead to all of us calling America; These United States, they couldn’t believe it was the same person. The King respected him. Be willing to fail.
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