To achieve the greatest success, you have to embrace the prospect of failure. The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The one that requires you to reach down deep inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield—without knowing, until that do-or-die moment, if your heroic effort will be enough.
When we take a closer look at the great thinkers throughout history, a willingness to take on failure isn’t a new or extraordinary thought at all. The exceptions are those failures that become steppingstones to later success. They’re veterans of failure. Great success depends on great risk, and failure is simply a common byproduct. The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude toward failure of ‘no fear,’
Why Failure Is Good for Success? Is failure life’s greatest teacher? When the rewards of success are great, isn’t it challenging to embrace possible failure?