7 minutes | Sep 9, 2014

SSD 002 Stop Tripping over the Root

"I am not judged by the number of times I fail, but by the number of times I succeed; and the number of times I succeed is in direct proportion to the number of times I can fail and keep trying"– Tom Hopkins It is never a failure unless you do not learn from your mistakes. If you do not learn from your mistakes then you are simply spinning your wheels. The example I give in the podcast is if you are running around a track and trip on a root you'll look back and see what you tripped on. If you do not, you will continue to trip on that root every single time you run around the track. Do not do that. Learn from your mistakes and move forward. It is never bad to fail, as long as you learn from those failures. Failing is the best education you can get in my opinion. Subscribe to the Podcast [saf feature="itunes" cta="Subscribe on iTunes" itunes="https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/standing-stronger-daily-podcast/id540029192"] [saf feature="stitcher"] Support The Show Our Podcast and site is sponsored by you, the listener. If you feel you like to become a friend of the show and show your support please visit our Patreon page. It have some cool perks and prizes for our supporters.
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