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No failure only feedback

By on August 29, 2014

In Neuro Linguistic Programming we have a presupposition, a life lesson. We say ‘there is no failure only feedback’.

We tell the story of Thomas Edison ‘failing’ a thousand times while inventing the lightbulb, discovering 1,000 ways how not to, before finding the way to do. Failure leading to success.

We talk about a baby learning to walk. Stand, fall. Stand, fall. Stand. Stand, step, fall. Stand, step, step, fall. Stand, step, step, step, fall.

I fall, then get up again. Stronger, wiser. Every failure is a lesson. Whatever doesn’t kill me, makes me stronger. A survivor, born of millions of generations of survivors. Each generation bigger, stronger, faster, smarter, because of failure.

Here is a nice article lauding the great athletes of the Winter Olympics. Gold medals forged in the fires of failure…

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/patty-kogutek/lessons-for-spiritual-development-_b_4817233.htmlLet’s change our mindset to seeing so called “missteps” as stepping stones. See those “failures” as knots in a rope helping you to climb to the top of your game. Get into the “habit” of seeing failure as a learning tool. We are here in this School of Life and we can learn a great deal from our lesson of “failure”. Lessons for Spiritual Development Learned From the Olympics|Patty Kogutek

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