Learn how to perceive "Failure" as "Feedback"

By YourTango

It’s time to take a new look at “failure.”

Learn why you should look forward to it, and how it can help you ultimately get where you want to go.

“There is no such thing as failure”

When you read the quote above, what’s your reaction?

Do you think it’s untrue? Silly, glass-half-empty stuff?

What if I told you that only you have the power to decide whether or not something is indeed, a “failure?”

In fact, there are some individuals—highly successful people—who believe the very word “failure” has no place in our vocabulary.

Let’s talk about why.

Opposite Day

As a kid, you probably played that game “opposite day.”

You’d play practical jokes on your family and friends and release some passive aggression in the process of claiming “opposite day.”

It was great—you could call the cutest girl in the class “ugly,” and then take it all back by simply exclaiming “opposite day!”

But, the end result is the same; you still would have acknowledged her cuteness.

Well, let’s play the game.

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