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"If you don't make mistakes you don't make anything"

It's a cliche that those who succeed are often the ones who are prepared to 'fail' the most. The more you try by the law of averages, you are more likely to succeed.

Get into the habit of seeing how much you can 'fail' at. Take classes, learn something, try new things; it's a numbers game. Put yourself out there and get used to attempting things without too much thought of 'success' or 'failure'. The most successful people are often just the ones who try the most things.

What people forget is that to speed up your rate of success, you need to quicken your rate of failure. And if you predict you'll fail at something and then you do, you'll have actually succeeded in your prediction. The more you try at things the more normal it's going to feel to say 'yes' to life and the more you'll gain in the long run even if sometimes it looks like 'failure.'

To help you we have a great download: 'Try new things'

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Here's to treating life as an adventure,

Mark

Published by mark.tyrrell March 18th, 2016 in