Failure doesn’t mean you’re off track… it means you’re on track

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not one of these people who loves failure.

I hate it.

I hate losing more than I like winning.

But, I’m also not afraid of it.

Failure does not necessarily mean you are off track.

Sounds weird, I know.

But think about it, if you are a person who is motivated by growth, then the outcomes you are striving for will likely be bigger than the person you are today.

Failure simply means that the particular situation was bigger than who you were at that time and it just means it’s time to grow.

I will fail, but I am not a failure, and I will learn from that failure.

On any epic journey failure is inevitable. Defeat, on the other hand, is optional, because defeat is choosing to stay down. 

If you always choose to get back up then you cannot be defeated.