13 May 2008

Every failure is a step closer to success

People who try to do something and fail are infinitely better than those who try to do nothing and succeed.
Experiencing failure is inevitable on your journey to be successful.

Every defeat is merely an installment to victory.

You’ll find that the number of times you succeed is in direct proportion to the number of times you fail and keep trying. You won’t be judged by the number of times you fail, but by the number of times you succeed.

Failure is nothing but education, nothing but the first step to something better.

You can’t be a winner and be afraid to lose.

The Daily Guru

6 thoughts on “Every failure is a step closer to success”

  1. “Failure is nothing but education, nothing but the first step to something better.”

    POWERFUL words, Andrew. I’m going to sign them up and put on my counselling room wall. Thank you for the inspiration to failcate. Thank goodness there’s no HECs on failacation….I’d be paying it back for the rest of my life!!!

    On a different note: I had contact with Nicky Jurd yesterday, via her blog. She said that you spoke very highly of my blog and referred her to it. Thank you Andrew, I really appreciate your words of support and endorsement. I have always thought that positive comment about other businesses is a business karma marketing tool under utilised. Your words further reinforce my belief. I thank you Andrew – you made my day without even realising what you were doing.

  2. Well thank you Megan, and no worries re the referral to Nicky. She is a dynamo and I think we do have a really good little group of bloggers evolving in Cairns. Another great blog site, if you like photography (well even if you don’t) is local photographer – Paul Dymonds blog – http://www.pauldymond.blogspot.com. Visually great, very interesting content and a nice slant on blogging. I am just redoing my website and blog, and basically combining the two. All exciting stuff really. OK, got to run, thanks once again for your comments and have a magnificent day!



  3. Paul Dymond says:

    Hi there Andrew,

    thankyou for the referral to my blog – really appreciated. It’s great to see you’re cruising along well and hope to catch up soon.


    Paul Dymond

  4. No worries Paul. You do have a great blog. Keep up the great work.



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