When failure is not an option

When failure is not an option

Anyone who has lived knows what it’s like to be close to failing. Your life has been doomed to failure since childhood. . Success is, of course, the opposite of failure. Failure is not an option; you will always decide whether or not to try again.

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between what makes you successful and what makes you fail?

Schakleton Said:

When one goal fails, a person must move on to a new one.

As is so often the case, the answer is in how you define it.

What is it to fail? How do you define success?

Who else but you can decide what success or failure is? Or is it that your life is judged by how other people see it?

This chaotic, over-informed, and crowded life we live now is one that encourages success but doesn’t let us live failure.

If you work hard, you will succeed, and if you don’t work hard, you will fail.

We tend to want things to be perfect. Over the long run. To live the life you want. Also, it seems like it’s only done successfully.

You can learn more now than at any other time in human history. And where you can find information and tools to help you be smarter and more advanced.

But you should know that all the mistakes you can make at any point in your life have already been done.

Failure and success are nothing more than experiences that people all over the world have had.

For me, it would be a success to be able to get by with less than I have. Get rid of this need to keep up with the changes in technology. Give yourself more time to think and find someone to talk to about what you’re thinking. To be able to get rid of something.

Failure is when you feel like you have too much and want to look around. want to find out and do more. Don’t you already have enough?

It’s up to each person to figure out what the two words mean. How do success and failure work? Because, in the end, only you can decide what that means.

It’s your turn to be able to enjoy the life you have now. Because if you try to judge it by the standards of the world we live in, you will always be set up to fail.

Someone will always be stronger than you. In the same way, you will beat everyone else. But we can’t help but think about how successful we will be in the future instead of how we are living right now.

Let me tell you about some famous people who were turned down so you can see that just because you fail today doesn’t mean you will fail every day.

The diary of Anne Frank was turned down 15 times before it was finally published.

Stephen King’s book Carrie was turned down 30 times.

  • Before she was able to get Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone published, J. K. Rowling talked to 12 publishers.
  • Many years later, when she wanted to publish The Song of the Cuckoo, the pseudonym Robert Galbraith turned it down several more times.
  • Zen and Robert M. Pirsig’s book “The Art of Maintaining a Motorcycle” has been rejected 121 times,This surpasses any other book.
    There have been more than 5 million copies sold.

    Steve Jobs was expelled from the corporation that he co-founded.

    Three times, Steven Spielberg attempted to enroll at the School of Theater, Film, and Television at the University of Southern California, but was unsuccessful.


  • The first record label they tried to record with turned them down. They went with Brian Poole and the Tremeloes instead.
    Does being turned down lead to failing?

When you get turned down, you can do one of two things:

  • Continue.

I’m not going to paraphrase Edison’s famous quote about the light bulb, but in exchange, I’ll tell you about Abraham Lincoln, one of the best presidents of the United States, and all the things he did that didn’t work out.

The big mistakes that Abraham Lincoln made

  • 7 years: After his family has to leave their home, he has to go to work to help support them.
    When he was 9, his mother died.
  • 22 years old, his business fails.
  • 23 years: He doesn’t win the election for Legislator. You can’t get into the Law School.
  • He goes bankrupt and spends 17 years paying back his friends for what he owes them.
  • He loses again in the Legislator’s elections after 25 years.
  • 26 years old, his girlfriend dies just before he is about to get married.
  • At age 27, he has a nervous break down and stays in bed for 6 months.
  • He is 29 years old and lost the race for State Representative. You can’t be in the Electoral College if you’re 31 years old.
  • 34 years old and lost the election for Congress.
  • Again lost in the Congressional Elections after 37 years.
  • He was 39 years old and lost the Congressional Elections for the third time.
  • He’s 40 years old, but he can’t get a job as a high-level official in his state.
  • 45 years: Lost the election for the Senate.
  • 47 years: Lost the Republican Party election for Vice President of the Country. (Less than 100 people vote for it.)
  • 49 years old and lost in the Senate elections again.
    When Abraham Lincoln is finally elected President of the United States, he is 51 years old.

    Abraham Lincoln failed at numerous endeavors for almost 40 years before he was elected president of the United States.


He probably used this phrase because of this time. My favorite phrase about failure is:

The most important thing to me is not that you failed, but whether or not you are happy with it.

When you fail or get turned down, you have two options: to keep going or to stop. They only belong to one person.


And you were right when you said that you are the owner. Because you are the only one who can decide what success or failure means to you.

Never forget that you won’t have failed tomorrow, no matter how many times you fail today. And even if you were successful yesterday, you don’t have to be successful today.

That’s what makes life good. Every day is full of new chances. to fail sometimes and succeed sometimes.

When failure is not an option

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