3 No Nonsense Reasons Why Yesterday’s Failure Should Be Forgotten

Failure is something that you cannot escape from.

It is something that happens to the best of us, and it can surprise you whether it involves your favorite subject, your relationship, or a sure-win business venture. Everyone fails at something, and this is a universal truth.

While you have a tendency to open old wounds and nurse a “scab,” here are three rock solid reasons why yesterday’s failure is history and that you should focus your attention and effort on getting back up.

1. It is OVER.
You cannot go back to yesterday. What happened has already occurred, and it is already beyond your control. There is no point in blaming yourself or in dwelling with “I should have” or “I shouldn’t have.” What you should do is accept it and MOVE ON, get up and put your feet firmly on the ground once more.

“If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.” — H.G. Wells

2. Lesson learned from failure.
Admit it, the lessons you have learned from failure is immeasurable. In every mistake you commit, a great learning experience happens. That is why we often hear other people say, “You learn from experience” and “You get paid for the experience.” Successful people have already paid for their mistakes, and the same mistakes are the same reason why they are earning higher. In a relationship, for example, you learn to be more careful and to watch out for red flags before you commit to another one.

Mistakes really, are a win-win situation, if you choose to look at it that way. After all, you will not know how far you are willing to go or what you are capable of until you fall.

3. Another chance.
Just because you failed does not mean it is the end of the road. It isn’t. In fact, your path has even widened because you have another chance to try something new or pursue something from a different perspective. In short, you have a clean slate, and you can start over by looking forward.

Falling is just a beginning of something bigger as long as you refuse to give up.

What are your reasons to stand up again whenever you fall?