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'FAILURE' is an event not a person -Zig Ziglar

Updated: Feb 4

We all go to school, then college, then job/ business but we might not succeed or, are able to achieve whatever we want beside being doing everything that society teaches us.

For example - You went to school scored average or good. Then went to college, scored good or average but still you see that things haven't change in your life. Still society pressurizes and does everything to make you realize that you are such a bad at what you do.

This happens to all of us, beside doing everything that our parents told us and following those instruction we are not there. So what actually is important? To score good, to do business, to fail?

Actual issue is no one tells us how to handle failure but everyone is celebrating success and don't wish to appreciate the failure.

“- If you fail, never give up because F.A.I.L. means "first Attempt In Learning" End is not the end, if fact E.N.D. means "Effort Never Dies" If you get No as an answer, remember N.O. means "Next Opportunity". So Let's be positive.

We all face ups and down in our life and somehow we learn to gather the strength and pick ourselves up and start again. This is life.

Life is not money. Life is facing whatever comes your way. Life is not being wealthy, rather it is connecting with your inner self. Life is not being social, rather to spread love.

Tips on how to handle Failure:

  • You should know yourself that you did your best.

  • Learn the process and not the winner.

  • Build the capacity slowly over days. nothing is overnight.

  • Have positive people around you.

  • Meditate

  • Say no to drugs and alcohol/ cigarettes.

  • Listen to positive YouTube videos.

  • Give yourself a break.

  • Go outside where you don't hear unnecessary noises of the society.

  • Talk to yourself

REMEMBER, consistency is more important than to succeed once. If you fail something good is planned for you so don't worry.

Hear out about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of America.

He Failed in business in 1831, suffered a nervous breakdown in 1836, was defeated in his run for president in 1856.

Abraham Lincoln was no stranger to rejection and failure. Rather than taking these signs as a motivation for surrender, he refused to stop trying his best.

In this great man’s words:

“My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.”


Lincoln was elected as the 16th President of the United States of America in 1861.

The amount of rejection you receive is not a defining factor. Success is still within your reach.

Keep trying , your time is coming very soon. Also. Read about how you can cheer someone up in their tough times.

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