Embrace the failure

How many of us are afraid of failure? Why do you need to embrace it and pass through the dip? 

“If you don’t make mistakes, you’re not working on hard enough problems. And that’s a big mistake.”

-FRANK WILCZEK, 2004 Nobel Prize winner in physics 

You do work and when it doesn’t work out according to your plan then try out the next work. There is no escape from running away from your work and if you do so, then you are not a professional. A child when born fails so many times and that is how a kid learns to walk. 

The growth curve of our success is never linear unless you are a part of the rat race, there are so many ups and downs. The dips in-between are part of the process and you have to pass through them. It is easy to just give up on the dip, but people are known for overcoming the dip. Then, the exponential growth can be would be a time for celebration. 

Everything is difficult unless you put in the time and energy to learn it. The things where you are putting in the most hours will help you in your career. So, it is important to be aware of our surroundings and be productive for some time daily. 

When you feel like days are just passing by and you are not feeling uncomfortable every week then it’s time to rise above your status quo. Always keep in mind the worst-case scenario, neither mountain will fall nor the earth’s crust will burst. All will be fine even if you fail at it. 

The next step is to keep moving, even if you fail 10 times because there is no limit on the trial unless you die. To create a legacy you have to face all the challenges so that, your words influence the people around you.

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