It can be hard not to feel anxious, even dread, when we set a goal or begin a project which we have never done before. In the end, it usually turns out that completing the project wasn’t as hard as we had imagined.
Losing a job is a lot like losing a loved one. We go through stages of grief that include denial, anger, depression, and, finally, acceptance. It creates a roller coaster of emotions.
Failure is defined as the state or condition of not meeting a desired or intended objective, and is usually viewed as the opposite of success. But I disagree. I think failure is something we experience on our way to success.
Always remember that you are the difference. Every experience, every place, mistake, disappointment, success, and learning has shaped you. Use these welcome and unwelcome moments in your life’s timeline to propel you forward.
There’s a saying that when you’re asked to go a mile with someone, you should go two, which comes out to about an extra 2,000 steps. Going the extra mile is costly.