How many of us quit before we have a chance to fail because we feel we’re doomed for failure in the first place? We’re not always aware in the beginning of how we can succeed. We give up too easily.
But failing is a catalyst of the learning process. It’s not to say that we have to fail every time if we are to become successful, but failing enables us to understand that life isn’t all about success and that if we want to be successful, we have to learn how to fail first.
Circumstances are forever changing. Nothing inherently stays the same and with circumstances that change, we must change, too. Generally, we stay within our comfort zone and work to keep ourselves there, but we must also think about coming out. Success comes from being able to work out of our comfort zones: and playing it safe for too long means we will stagnate.
Change is a fact in life, not always easy to do because of fear and apprehension, but how we work and address change determines whether we will be successful or not. To tackle any form of change, we must leave our comfort zones.
How many times have you promised yourselves you’ll do something but never follow through? It’s often not because we’re lazy, but because we’re too afraid, particularly if what we’re doing is something we’ve never done before. We’re not always ready to come out of our comfort zones.
We must learn to experience life with its ups and downs, because that’s how we will grow and if that means leaving our comfort zones every now and again, then that’s what we must do.
Our greatest challenge is the fear we feel, but we can succeed and be successful. It’s the fear we feel that holds us back and that makes it a sure fail.