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All failures will unlock the next level.

Push through the work you've set yourself and even if you fail, it'll open the door to take you to the next level. Almost as if god exist and can see when you're working at your best and need a hand. He'll come at the right moment and show you the right path. If you don't believe in god then people/ close friends will do the same.

Whether public or private, its ok to fail. I've started so many things and promised everyone that i'll do this or that and then not been able to do it. That doesn't mean that I gave up. It just means that I need some more preparation to take it to the next level. A weight lifter doesn't know weather he can lift a 500 pound set until he tries it, chances are that he'll fail a few times before he can eventually lift that weight. Every time the fail will remind him of how far he is from that goal. It'll also make his other sets easier because now he can visualise the end.

Taking the first step is the hardest part, once you get past your fears and just make a move, the end becomes closer.

Ps: Fail, stare right in the eye of failure, get back up and go in stronger.

  • Listening to: Arnold
  • Reading: Nah, writing.
  • Watching: Will treat myself later
  • Playing: The game of my life
  • Eating: Inspiration
  • Drinking: Thirsty
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Lulie Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
A piece of advice I once got is: Don't fear and avoid failure, try truly failing. It's common to give up as soon as you fail a little, instead of seeing the whole thing through and learning from your failure. 
Klaustrophil Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013
You made a good point. Thank you for sharing your thoughts
have a nice day
GDSWorld Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Student Digital Artist
No worries, thanks for your kind comment. :)
Mununsah Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013   Traditional Artist
yet many people believe that failure isn't an option which they're of course decieving themselve. how can you have success without failure?
GDSWorld Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Right! I used to think the same. But you learn it the hard work. :highfive:
Mununsah Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013   Traditional Artist
the hardest path has the greatest payoff
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