05 Oct Failing Famously
Thomas Edison once said, “many of life’s failures are experienced by people who did not realized how close they were to success when they gave up”.
It is true that we can only learn on how to fail first in order to succeed.
When the notion “fear of failure” comes across, coupled with assertive voices screaming at your face that you are incapable, a failure, and a risk not worth taking. You have not failed. Just ask Thomas Edison or the Wright brothers on this. You have discovered a new method of not failing.
Surprises and reverses can serve as an incentive for great accomplishment. There are no rules here, we're just trying to accomplish something. - Thomas Edison
Do not go about tranqulizing yourself with limitations and in turn, losing your will of taking risks to move forward. Take that chance and grapple that challenge with both arms (and legs, if need be) and who knows, you might build a wonder – a Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Surprises and reverses can serve as an incentive for great accomplishment. There are no rules here, we’re just trying to accomplish something. – Thomas Edison