18 January 2018
Ready… Set… Failure
The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The one that requires people to reach deep down inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield. “The Problem with the focus on failure is that failure is a weak process when up directly against it’s counterparts”. Failure is beneficial because without failure there would be no success. For example riding a bike as a child takes many failure before it becomes second nature. Driving a manual transmission takes failure in order to shift the gears right. And perfecting a backflip takes lots of error in the beginning of the process. To a person who has never experienced failure, a single setback can be crippling. A person’s growth is determined on the way that one chooses to live their lives. Our growth is to become a better student each year by applying the things that were taught previously. However, in order to do this, it is important that one create a plan in our schedule to focus on our student growth. Success itself is a very illusionary meaning as it gives us a sense of accomplishment without realizing that it has lots of ups and downs. Driving or performing backflips isn’t as fun without failing at first as it become a rewarding challenge. Success does not come easily without any failure. I believe failure is much more important than success.
Learning to ride a bicycle at first can be really tough at first however after a while it becomes second nature. A good deal of time and failure go into preparing for something important. It seems that many people pursue success half-heartedly, with little effort and preparation, and they wonder why they fail. Prior research on individuals learning found that people not only learn from their own failure but also learn from the experiences of other individuals. (E.g. Gino et all. 2010). Learning to ride a bike benefits student growth and is the key to somebody growing up and maturing. A student does not gain any growth without maturing or having some kind of personal event that triggers the maturing. If we want the rush of going down a hill at thirty miles an hour or two wheels with wind blowing dirt in our eyes and mud flinging all over the place. Failure will definitely be waiting for us on the journey. Failure can be helpful with the right kind of attitude and eventually reach our goal.
With failure always being in our way and finding a better way to cope with it we can start to see a better understanding about people around us that might need help with finding success. Everybody has his or her own talent inside. Every individual has there own idea and perspective. But most of us cannot explore it because of lacking of personal growth. For example failing on a quiz and then fixing ...