If You Want To Fail, Do This One Thing

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We never like failure.

It is painful, and it is a whole lot of mess not because it actually is, but because we make it so. Some people handle it well, others handle it without grace, but we know you are not like others. You handle everything with class, and failure is not something that scares you.

As someone who has gone through a lot and a person who understands the intricacies of life to a certain degree, failure is never a bad thing. If anything, it is something that challenges you and makes you better in so many ways.

Failure is not the end of the journey a person has. It is the beginning of a lot of things, of lessons, opportunities and starting over. People succeed because of failure. It brings out the best in someone to work harder, to try again, to come out victorious.

This is the same reason success or failure measures your tenacity. The journey will always continue, wherever one may be. People who are determined to succeed carry on, they keep fighting, they find ways to turn a setback into something golden.

As someone who is determined to make things happen, to have their dreams realized, you are always prepared to bring it on no matter what.

Now, if you want to truly fail and be called a failure, there is only one thing to do: blame others for your misfortune. Do not take responsibility for your actions, point your fingers to others instead. This is one way to fail miserably, without grace and zero class. This also shows bitterness and the most telling sign that you are not ready to succeed and leave where you are.

If we look at it, it is quite simple. To succeed, embrace failure and learn. To fail, blame others. The result, whatever it may be, will always be up to us. If we were you, we will take whatever comes and do something others would deem impossible.

Tell us, what is it going to be for you?

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