Don’t Let Failure Define Who You Are

don't be down on yourself...study and try again
Thank you John Hain and Pixabay for this Depression Image.

“Don’t Let Failure Define Who You Are” by Joan Y. Edwards

It is difficult to fail. It hurts your ego. It is emotionally hard to handle. However, you can handle it. Don’t let this failure define who you are.

List all the things you are thankful you can do easily and well.

Say to yourself silently and aloud: “I can do this. I know I can do it.”

 

Keep on trying; learn more
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay. Thank you. Acquire more skills and try again

Study how to succeed and try again. You will do better the second time. Learn knowledge and skills. B Become better able to perform certain skills. Become better able to accomplish goals. Gain competence and experience. Attain growth in all areas.

1. Ask a friend how to do it.
2. Search the internet on how to do what you want to be proficient at doing: https://www.google.com/.
3. Read books that explain how to do it.
4. Watch Youtube.com videos of how others do it.
5. Pay a professional to teach you how to do it.

Try again. If you fail a second time, it doesn’t mean that you are a total failure. Dust yourself off. Try again. It means you only failed at one thing.  Study, pray, and try, try again.

Success is in your future. Go for it.

Resources

Joan Y. Edwards. “7 Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up:”https://www.joanyedwards.com/2020/08/09/never-give-up-youve-got-this/

Joan Y. Edwards. “Never Give Up – You’ve Got This!”  https://www.joanyedwards.com/2020/08/09/never-give-up-youve-got-this/

 

Thank you for reading this article. I am praying it fills you with hope and confidence that you can do whatever is bogging you down with a lack of confidence. Please leave a note to encourage others. Tell me what helps you try, try, again.

Never Give Up
You can do it.
Joan Y. Edwards, Author
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4 thoughts on “Don’t Let Failure Define Who You Are”

  1. Sometimes we are very hard on ourselves. What me might consider a failure, someone else might say, “It just needs a little tweaking. “ I like that you remind us not to give up! Thank you!

    1. Dear Linda,
      Thank you for writing. Thanks fir your good advice. You are right. Many times, people are hard on themselves. What one considers a failure, another might see it as a mild step when in their mind it is a really bad failure.

      Never Give Up
      Joan

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