Some people say “Shahab, what if I fail?” You know what? You will fail. Not only once but multiple times before you achieve success. That's a given. Now what's important is how do you interpret failure? Some people tend to think of failure as the opposite to success. They say I want to succeed so I don't want to fail and because they want to succeed they try to avoid failure like a plague. And guess what? If you avoid failure like a plague, you will avoid success. Just like I mentioned. There will be failures along the way before you finally achieve success and if you don't want to fail at all, you will not be able to achieve the success that you desire.
Now I'd like to encourage you to think about failure as a stepping stone, as a step in the journey that eventually leads to success. If you think about it that way, there's no winning and losing. There's no success and failure. It's actually winning and learning, because you're either getting the results that you want, which is winning or you're learning the tactics and strategies to get the results that you want, which is learning. So it's basically winning and learning or winning and winning. So the thing is, you're not failing my friend. You're not losing my friend. You're always winning.
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