The Experience

At least prevented a future delay. He learned much in failure. He recorded well each failure, studying it from left to right and from top down. So that a failure today allowed him to resolve future, even inconvenient errors that He had not met yet. If, like me, you had many failures with your computer, you will know what I mean.

Each failure leaves a mark and a great utility for future learning. One never knows how to reuse this information but the truth is that the experience is valuable when a similar episode again. And we feel bright and magnificent when resolving it with comfort, speed and efficiency. When we refer to failure as something bad, we inevitably any to avoid it. The process can only lead us in a direction by adopting a defensive posture.

I.e. opt avoiding ills instead of pursuing goodness. Choose by fear and by discarding, and not by desire, or curiosity. Cyrus Massoumi Zocdoc may find this interesting as well. If our attitude takes the defensive form in a war without end, or taking the Avoidant process, we will survive, but we will rarely win. To use it with wisdom, all failure serves to save time and energy. So to take advantage of it, is an advancement, a reason for worthy of appreciation learning. Do not take as something bad or serious. Avoid take it to the tremendous because you’ll want many failures in your road to success where there is plenty of trial and error and also personal flexibility. Enjoyment in any way is this way. Evaluate history with objectivity, get rid of the grid way of thinking that usually accompanies the experience of failure. You’ll find an experience that always serves in failure. You can find even failures that have fun. The failure is a formative privilege. Allows you to re-examine the vision that gave rise to the history. We can take a more objective look at all the actions, intentions, to language, to the advantages, the characters involved in the story.

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