Season of Self-Discovery: Personal Failure

Season of Self-Discovery: Personal Failure

Well this seems pretty sad. Personal failure is a reality in life, but failure does not mean no. Let me share with you how to scrap yourself off the hot pavement, and become human again.

1. Make every hour a new hour.

Such groundbreaking material, but I promise it is important.

Have you ever had a morning when you reached for your phone as soon as you woke up? You found some juicy dramatic story about a celebrity that you had to get to bottom of?

Suddenly it is hours later and you still don’t know the truth, but you also haven’t done anything?

Well my suggestion is to take a second to refocus yourself. The day is not lost in this internet web.

The hours ahead of you can be spent working very hard to accomplish your tasks for the day. It is never too late to start, and no day has to be completely wasted.

 

2. Learning is in failure.

You should never let failure stop you from success, but it can if ¬†you don’t take the lesson.

I’m suggesting that you take time to reflect and write about your failure. What happened? What went wrong? How can you fix it?

Without this reflection you will keep making the same mistakes.

3. Forgive yourself.

Don’t spend time blaming yourself, when you could be productive. Those minutes, hours, or days spent being angry with yourself for failing are aiding in your failure.

Spend that precious time reflecting and doing.

Those are my tips on personal failure. They are easier said (or typed) than done, so do it! Let me know below what you struggle with the most and how you can change it.

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Micah 7:8 Don’t, enemy, crow over me. I’m down, but I’m not out. I’m sitting in the dark right now, but God is my light.

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