Don’t run from failure or hide from failure or avoid the possibility of failure. Use failure to improve.
If you’re not willing to fail, you won’t be able to grow. To become stronger and more capable, you must push yourself beyond what you already know you can do.
It is only by lifting more weight than you’ve lifted before that you strengthen your muscles. It is by experiencing failure that you discover new ways to succeed.
Failure and disappointment can serve as powerful steps along the path to magnificent achievement. In dealing with the difficult times, you build great strength with which to create good, meaningful, satisfying and fulfilling value in your world.
Success means nothing if it is not earned. Failure is an important part of earning success.
The road to achievement will constantly test you. Be willing to take those tests, and to work through those tests, and achievement is yours.
— Ralph Marston