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December 30, 2016

When Do You Become a Failure

“Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don’t fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgement, repeated everyday.” -Jim Rohn.

Success is know to be an outstanding performance, achieving a desired result, a rewarding and fruitful effort etc. Failure is regarded as the opposite of success, a poor performance, fruitless effort or no result etc. But the two have something in common, they don’t happen overnight or a single day. They both happen and regarded as failure or success as a result of repeated effort or an event with or without result for a noticeable period of times. Then, are you a failure?


Failure is internal and psychological, you can not be called as failure until you regard your self as one. It has to do with your judgement. How could you judge yourself to be a failure when you regard it as a challenge. When you regard your poor outcome as one step closer to your desired result. And when you are still willing to take and motivate yourself to design new plan to replace the failed ones with action to back it up.

You are only a failure if you decide overnight to quit as a result of one or two trial without a desired result, when you belief you are not good enough to face the challenge when you discourage and demotivated yourself to try one more time.. This way you judge yourself to be a failure.

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