Failure is one of the best teacher if you are willing to learn

Failures are part of every ones life.But the question is are we learning from our mistakes?Some of the Successful people when asked about  failure.

Benjamin Barber said that he would see people as learners and non-learners rather than Successful or failure.Successful people pull themselves out of their setbacks and continue their lives,armed with new knowledge.Non learners stuck in a stage of failure ,mired in feelings of anger or blame or shame and complaining from the past rather than learn form it.He said “the question to ask is not whether you are a success or a failure,but weather you are learner or non learner”

The former king of Silicon Valley Nolan Bushnell  said that if Success isolates us form human condition,failure re-introduces us to  humanity.

Tennesse Williams after the huge failure of his first play  said that “if he has not had a failure,he would never have written Glass Menagerie.

Larry Atlas Said”Knowing you can survive defeat makes you risk active failure,and that also can lead to greatness”.

So lets cheer up and move forward by learning from our past and trying not to repeat them.

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One Response to Failure is one of the best teacher if you are willing to learn

  1. Swami Vivekanand said
    “Never mind failures; they are quite natural, they are the beauty of life–these failures. What would life be without them? It would not be worth having if it were not for struggles. Where would be the poetry of life?”

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