Failure is a metric for success

Most people view themselves as worthless when they mess up or things don't go as planned. There's this intense sense of guilt and shame that's affiliated with not getting things right the first time. And God forbid someone see you fail publicly...

When they don't accepted into the college of their choice...

When they didn't get an A on their test...

When their business didn't succeed...

When their first 60 sales prospects all said no...

Failure, failure, failure.

Most of us are taught this is some horrific happening, but the most successful people I know seek out failure as a metric for when they're on the right path.

It's counter-intuitive and goes against the majority of what we've been taught our entire lives.

And while your value as a human being is not increased or decreased by failing or succeeding, the state of your energy, confidence and the fire within you burns deeper when you are willing to step up and take risks.

You'll feel alive.

Failure is truly a metric for success. Fail hard. Fail often. Learn from your mistakes and try again.

If you do this, you will see and feel the difference.