7 ways of bringing in your failures to help in bringing your success

The impact a failure in your life can make is simply a result of how you take that failure as or how you take it in building the possibilities of your success in the future. You don’t build bridges without the roads behind them in mind, and such roads are the roads you constructed best as much as they are roads you failed.

  1. Have a detailed means of looking into your failure apart from the results of what you did.

You have failed to generate money.  You have tried and trying couldn’t produce any better results. The first thing you communicate to yourself is a failure, and you’re likely to use the generated money which is not a profit at all as a point to determine your failure.

It’s a good thing not to look at results alone but the vehicles you travelled through in you journey and all that got you into starting. Allow your failure to also become  (1) failure to have money (capital) result into more money and (2) failure to have what seemed to be your best idea result into what the best idea can result in.

  1. Judge your failure like you are a legal system

Act as if crime is a failure. Put those pieces of evidence of your failure in and fail to be your attorney and keep yourself ‘in trouble for a while’. Failures that are our habits may need correct judgement. Without a correct judgement, you can never take yourself as failing if a spending habit is failing you. By nature we humans defend habits. Learn to go by ‘something can be wrong’.

Sue yourself. Admit that you’re wrong, and you can never face imprisonment. The truth can allow you to have some better clarity. A good sniper does his dirt work in an elevated space where he can see all.

  1. Correctional routes

A deeper conversation with yourself with no wall of pride to build or pride to defend works. Be born again in each conversation. Try new tactics, and if you’re withholding too much try to lose a bit more. Keep your paths clean of bias. Try also to put someone who sees things the way you see them into the issue. Give that person a better view to see and help you in all of it.

You’re not a school of thought be flexible. It can help you to fit into what’s appropriate at the time. 

Failures, if read them correctly, can help in character change. Since, however, they stand in the path towards attaining our desires we are inclined to hate them more and push them aside as we try to make a better future. 

  1. Failures are obviously in the past, the fact that you didn’t drown through them is encouraging

Don’t be stuck because your life is not over yet. If you mourn failures they can bury you alive. Just move out of them to be in your future.

Quickly forgive your failures and yourself. Don’t forget them. You can always have a quick reference from them and it’s good.

Experience is not a type of play, It’s an outcome of plays behind, lost matches and won matches. It matters more than your love of winning.

  1. Failures are probably not just failures
  • They are failures, the final outcome that is not anticipated, or that is totally negative.
  • They contain hints key to achieving success, and all what might be needed for any kind of breakthrough.
  • They are obvious wins in them,  but not powerful enough to to beat failures in such failures.
  • Hints for breakthrough are not the breakthrough itself. They are just items waiting to be thrown in the next attempt at the rightful moments after a certain effort is already put in
  • A guide into what you need to do to increase your odds of winning
  1. There is nothing called an opportunity, and you fail not because it wasn’t there

If you believe that your past failures happened because you lacked the opportunity you’re only creating disasters for yourself. You’re the best opportunity best available to yourself. By just forgetting there’s opportunity in the vocabulary of success you’re opening vast chances for your breakthrough. 

An opportunity is something not in your control. Forget it because you don’t need it as you’re the best moving opportunity available to you in each blink of an eye.

  1. Your failures and their failures are crucial in your complementary learning 

Complementary learning in this case is some learning that enhances your formal studies (what’s taught or what you teach yourself) that are never adequate without a learning through being given questions to answer, creating questions to answer, answering questions and being answered when you ask.

My personal wish was to become a mobile app developer. I failed, I failed even to master any meaningful programming stuff. In the mix were things like lack of resources, no tech-acquainted people around me and Google’s Play Store was only open for the business of developers in two countries in my continent when I started, and it only meant that I could only upload the app without getting to monetise.

Complementary learning is when I chase after the knowledge to get my app to sell, and to be able one day to employ a capable team. It is chasing after the knowledge I didn’t have then as it is about extracting the “reasons why such a failure can happen”. Their failures and your failures are good watering holes to swell your current dreams with success.

In short, your failures in the past should have you learn more to add to the stuff you’re formally learning and come up with “the right knowledge of applying knowledge.”