We spend so much of our lives anxious about the possibility of failure.
We’re afraid of how others will perceive us if our plans don’t materialize.
And so we don’t try.
The fear of failure has crushed more artist’s dreams than any real failure could have if they had actually followed their dreams.
When you try, you learn lessons that you could have never learned had you not tried.
Even when things don’t go as planned, you learn critical lessons and can adjust accordingly.
Inaction is the only guarantee of ultimate failure.
Never forget that no one has all of the answers and that we’re all just trying to do our best.
You’ll never know what you’re truly capable of until you fail, over and over again.
You’ll never know who you really are until you fail, over and over again.
You’ll never reach the highest heights of success until you fail, over and over again.
When we learn to view failure as the gift that it actually is, everything changes.