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Re: Let's Chat: Reframing Failure

For me, failing is neccessary for growth. I have failed many times in my life and at crucial times as well (childhood, adolescence and young adulthood). How I feel about failure has indeed change over time. I used to think that failing something meant that "I suck" or "I'm a failure". But now, when I do "fail" at something, I feel motivated and use this as an opportunity to learn more about what went wrong and how I can use my strengths to work around this rather than dwell on my negative thoughts. A big life lesson I learned after my failures was resilence - to not give up and push

Re: Let's Chat: Reframing Failure

@hunginc Well said!! 

 

well done GIF

Re: Let's Chat: Reframing Failure

Failures can be turned into strengths when you overcome them and learn from them.