The fear of failure is one of the biggest obstacles preventing you from living your dream life.
We celebrate success stories far too often and forget that even high achievers fail 30% – 50% of the time (according to this Harvard Business research). The research shows that for optimal motivation levels, these high achievers had to succeed 50% – 70% of the time. In other words, even when they are highly motivated, high achievers fail roughly half the time they attempt something new.
The bottom line is… we all fail. But the high achievers are the ones that quickly brush off the dirt and get back up again.
Develop Comfort With Failure
Do you see success as a win-lose game? Is it fame, glory or nothing at all? When you change your perspective and approach each action as a learning process, you are no longer afraid to fail.
Every step that seems to result in a seeming loss is adding to your experience. As a result, your intuitive skills get stronger. And these are valuable tools for future success.
The real question is not will you fail or succeed? The question is whether this goal is right for you in the first place?
When you are about to start a new venture or goal, take a minute to reflect on the larger picture. Are these new objectives personally meaningful to you? Is this goal truly important to you?
If it is, then start working out a system, one step at a time.
Remember, enjoy the ride. And be comfortable with failure.
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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