Yep that's the word that can stop you or inspire you to keep going. It all depends on what failure means to you and how it has been projected onto you from others in your past.
My online dictionary defines failure as:
the omission of expected or required action; lack of success.
An action or choice that you made may not have given you the expected results, or may not have succeeded as you thought it would, does that mean that YOU are a failure
or was it that
the choice/action just didn't turn out the way you thought it would?
Who told you were a failure? For many, being called a failure was to pass judgment on a person rather than express how something turned out. Have we attached more to this word than its meaning entails? I may fail at an attempt to do something, but I am not a failure.
Where do you go energetically when you define yourself as a failure? Does it make you feel worthless? What other beliefs do you have about feeling less than or unworthy that adding failure to the list just validates those limiting beliefs even more?
What can you do when something "fails" so that you can be inspired to keep trying, to keep searching, to not give up on what you desire to achieve and be? In today's tools below, I'll share a tool that will help you with the inspiration aspect of failure.
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