If you never want to fail, options:
Having no stories to tell, boring.
Having no goals, lazy.
Having no declarations, weak.
Failure should not be a deterrent, failure in some form is a part of the process. If you fail because you tried, then you will learn, adapt and apply the lessons learned to your ongoing process. Preventing failure is not the focus, but preventing repetition is a worthwhile effort.
Embrace your opportunities. Embrace the bruises, bloody noses and scars. Black eyes start some of the best stories.
Don’t be lazy, set some goals. Nothing changes without effort and pain. We are our own worst enemies, so slay the dragon and move towards your destiny.
Don’t be weak, share your goals with people who will hold you accountable. You are going to fail. People that love you will help you get back up and power forward.
Admit your failure, confront the reasons that led to failure and get back on track.
Don’t avoid failure, embrace it.
Don’t avoid failure, learn from it.
Don’t avoid failure, try not to repeat the same mistakes.
You are not boring, lazy or weak. Or are you?
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Jon Isaacson, The Intentional Restorer, is a contractor, author, and host of The DYOJO Podcast. The goal of The DYOJO is to help growth-minded restoration professionals shorten their DANG learning curve for personal and professional development. You can watch The DYOJO Podcast on YouTube on Thursdays or listen on your favorite podcast platform.