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We all create problems for ourselves, make mistakes. However, we worry and stress over failure and will go to huge distances to avoid it. We always realize that failure is a part of life, that it’s inevitable, it helps us grow. Still, our emotions cloud our understanding and we find it hard to accept, making it one of life’s biggest challenges.

Every time I think about the habits that work for all, work for every life lesson. But, developing successful habits for some people means everything. They easily forget a day’s failure. They easily get distracted and trapped into a tunnel by their successes.


Failure is contagious, it’s depressing, but it hits every single person that wants to succeed but doesn’t last forever. It’s either you choose to stay negative, or you seize what you learned and improve next time. The solution is to find loopholes so you can concentrate on moving forward.

For instance, if you have missed a one time and very important appointment after several attempts, instead of thinking, “I need to quit this career right away,” reflect on what you gained from the previous appointments: How did the experience of attempting and falling short make you stronger?

For children who fail, students who flunk, parents, and others that wail over their failure, a competent setback destroys their sense of self. When you’re not prepared or trained to handle failure when it struck, the end result is apparent.

The way we are programmed, think and discuss success as children can develop false barriers to what we achieve. Many of us are programmed that life is a constant race from basic to high school to college to securing a job. Whereas, we fail upon applying and depending on this philosophy.

Students programmed and only trained to make it towards success sometimes fail as a result of lack of humor. Never trained to handle failure but always trained to run after success. Not everything leads to success but everything geared with belief, efforts, and perseverance will undoubtedly lead to success.

At the roots of nearly every human need, money can be found there. Nearly all unrests that could happen, no matter how insignificant or significant, can be traced to money.

People commit suicide, couples fight, siblings quarrel, families fight, communities, towns and even countries go to wars, at the cores of which is money, directly or indirectly. But learning to cope with times without money is heart-rendering. It can save you a lot of problems, trials, and difficulties.

Having so much money at your disposition does not guarantee you a successful life. Learning how to make the best use of the money should be more crucial than what you have gathered.

There is hardly anything that could be more frustrating and more painful than such feelings of loss. A sense of “failure”.

A lot of people who could not withstand such emotions and feelings in the course of the year had done some unbelievable things, including resulting in depression and committing suicide, killing others, and hurting so many lives. They believe failure has locked their inner-self, they believe money can unlock their future without thinking about times of uncertainty, times when everything revolves.

If you have achieved everything, there is always a possibility to lose everything, nobody knows when everything will become settled after so many troubles, nobody knows when the next economic and financial crisis will strike the world.

Learning high-quality science and maths will help children, students clear competitive exams but knowledge about life will help them face failure and every problem they can ever encounter in life. Help them in finding their passion, what will make them succeed and learn the reality of life.

Concentrating on the positive is always a good rule of thumb for successful interviews. Any response you give reveals your zeal to accept that you might need improvement in a specific area, and focusing on developing your skills. Failure didn’t sign a contract with you but, there is always a 0.5% possibility that you will encounter failure.

Always Learn To Apply

When you experienced a year without income growth after several years of significant growth, you begin analyzing the situation, sometimes you realize the crisis but sometimes you don’t.

If you discovered that some of your competitors are snatching a segment of your customers by adopting online advertising and growths and implementing social media strategy. You will recognize the need to be a person with vision and move fiercely into the future and master some digital marketing skills.

Take Responsibility

We have always lived by the proverb that nobody is perfect. When you are relatively satisfied taking responsibility for your mistakes. Your direction will be to figure out what you could change to avoid similar problems in the future.

Develop a Positive Attitude

Your attitudes and personality reveal how you feel about difficulty and your capacity to overcome it. It will show whether you can handle and rectify conflict.

Don’t be Destroyed by Your Failure

There is great energy in reacting to failures with resilience. Instead of varnishing over your failure, and making it end the storylines. Learn different easy ways of handling failures.

The reality is that success is not only about what your parents want for you, how much money you have in your disposition, or how you compare to your neighbors. It’s your vision, idea, determined on your own terms.

The best success habit is learning to handle failure.

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Yusuf Saheed

Yusuf Saheed is a writer, blogger, and entrepreneur. He’s the founder of Exceptionalways, a resource that provides smart strategies for writers, poets, motivators, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and people who are ready to unlock their potential.

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