Learn to Make Your Failures a Success
It’s hard to be successful with your goals every day, every time. Sometimes we will plan too much or set too many goals that are unattainable. We will fall short. We will fail. It’s part of being human. Failure does not have to be the end, we can learn from our failure and turn it into success.
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It’s Day 13 of our review of Make Over Your Mornings by Crystal Paine. Today’s topic is handling failures. Even with the best planning, we will sometimes fail. We will plan to do too much or not give ourselves enough time to complete our goals.
Learning from Failure
In today’s lesson, Crystal reminds us, “failing doesn’t make you a failure, just human.” We all have days and times when we fail. It’s how we react to those failures that make us who we are. If you fail, do you get up and try again (maybe with a new plan) or do you just quit?
Starting a new morning routine and setting goals for this month or this year can be challenging. If your first attempt at your new goals is not a success, what can you learn from your failure? If you were starting over today, how would you change your goal or the process to reaching your goal to make it a success?
Don’t let a failure defeat you. Consider it a chance to learn something and find a better way to reach success next time.
Turning Failure into Success
Every failure can be turned into a success. It may not be the original success you planned, but if you want to learn you will find a new lesson from your failure that can make you a success in the future.
From today’s video’s, remember to ask yourself these assessment questions:
- Why did you fail?
- Where your goals unrealistic?
- Did you have a bad system for reaching the goal?
Remember, from the workbook, the importance of balance and how the smallest changes and tweaks can make a huge difference in the outcome.
Are you routines working for you? Are they helping reach your goals? If not, what small tweaks could you make that might help you be more successful?
To be successful, be sure your schedule is working and meets the needs of your family and all your responsibilities.
Strive for balance.
Are you succeeding in reaching your goals? If not, what changes and adjustments will you make to bring your life and schedule into balance?