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There is so much to learn from failure, just given the opportunity. Paul Ostling oftentimes addresses this issue. .. Failure teaches us, makes us wiser, stronger and more resilient. More important still: is probably through the failure that we understand a little about the nature of what is happening. The failure has different effects according to the different personalities.

For some failure is something that must be supported. These people consider that only supporting it, they will be prepared for the future challenges of life. For others, the failure is the end. Close them, and leaves them less able, with lower self confidence, with fewer resources to manage in life and much less to cope with adversities or to re – start on any matter is this plane working, loving, studies, etc. However, unlike what is believed, the biggest benefit that the failure can bring is not the tune a spirit or build a temperament. Even this is valid for a learning process.

The failure can become the single part, the Magic and the most powerful in someone’s life. Failure contains success seeds said a wise voice. This happens when we allow that the substantial part of failure becomes blessing in hinge that opens that door unnoticed. Failure contains valuable information. Properly used, derived from failure records have the power to define the closure and end of a long-standing event. Seen from this perspective, it is not surprising that the failure results in many stories of struggle and experimentacio n, that essential element that brought unexpected fruits and pleasant surprises never imagined. Explore the history of any area of human interest: Verify that this dreaded Monster called failure ended many times becoming the best ally of a success not covered previously. When we slip in something, we feel sad, broken, hopeless. What requires courage, determination, force is for many people enough reason to avoid. Otherwise, it must be held stoically.

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