Learn to be happy with the endless try/fail/learn approach. True growth is slow and steady.
Fall down seven times. Stand up eight.
It takes less time to do a thing right, than it does to explain why you did it wrong.
Don’t waste your time with excuses while your could be busy succeeding.
Give it all, train hard and live free is a beatiful creed to live by.
Perseverance is failing nineteen times and succeeding the twentieth.
You need to experiment, you need to learn. Why would you succeed at the first time? You did not learn how to walk in one day after all. Learning how to walk is interesting anyway: You started as a toddler and gradually began to walk more upright. During this process you failed a million times, falling on the ground, crying, frustrated. But you kept going because, well, walking, right? And now look at you!
This is just one simple example of how not quitting gets the damn job done, whatever it may be!
Failure is the opportunity to begin again, more intelligently.
Failing is a very good teacher. It gives you feedback because you see what you mistakes cause. Next time you know more about the subject and can perform better.
That’s one point that distinguishes amateurs from professionals. Amateurs see mistakes as a flaw, professionals are happy to discover new insights by making mistakes and just train a lot more.
The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make a mistake.
Constantly fearing to make a mistake will eventually push you into making the biggest mistake of all which is not doing anything. By doing nothing you become nothing and there’s nothing wrong about failing.
You are human, you are not supposed to know anything! Life is about learning and learning means being overwhelmed and then working your way through.
Be not afraid for life consists of mistakes! Go out there and enjoy them. Like I always say: Fail, try again, fail better!
Again I want you to fail! Fail often, fail good and start now!
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better