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Dec 18


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Failing Forward II – Dr. Musa Babayo (PhD)

Despite adverse circumstances, you should always realize there is one major difference between average people and achieving people. Look at the way an achiever handles negative experiences, and you can learn about how to fail forward.

Think about a recent setback you experienced. How did you respond? No matter how difficult your problems are, the key to overcoming them doesn’t lie in changing your circumstances.

It’s in changing yourself. If you are to do that, then you will be able to handle failure. You should make a commitment to do whatever it takes to fail forward.

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One of the greatest problems people have with failure is that they are too quick to judge situations in their lives and label them as failures. They need to keep the bigger picture in mind.

You should see the bigger picture. Your perspective leads to perseverance, then longevity, and then, the opportunity for success arises.

Changing your perspective on failure will help you persevere and ultimately achieve your desires.

You should always keep in mind that failure is not the following:

- People think failure is avoidable – it’s not

- People think failure is objective - it’s not

- People think failure is an event – it’s not

- People think failure is the enemy - it’s not

- People think failure is irreversible – it’s not

- People think failure is a stigma – it’s not

- People think failure is final - it’s not

“It does not matter how much milk you spill as long as you don’t lose your cow.”


Four Aspects of Sight II - Dr. Temi Odejide