A state or condition of not meeting a desired or intended objective
INTERCEPT : FAILURE
- what happened
- what are you feeling
BE AWARE : HABITUAL FEELINGS
Question : are you feeling the same kind of feelings now as other times that you’ve failed? if you are, chances are that a proportion of what your experiencing is habitual
ACTION : GET YOUR FAILURE IN PERSPECTIVE
“Failing feels uncomfortable, but I can handle it.”
- Doubting your ability to handle embarrassment, shame, or regret makes the pain of failure last longer. Remind yourself that you can handle failure, and you’ll be more likely to deal with the discomfort it may cause in a productive manner.
“Failure is a verb, not a noun.”
- Just because you fail doesn’t mean you’re a failure. Everyone succeeds at some things and not at others. Click here to remind yourself of the successes you have had in other areas of your life.
[SUCCESS BOOK REPLAY interaction]
“Failure is proof I’m pushing myself to my limits.”
- You could live a safe and boring life that is relatively free of failure if you wanted. But if you want to become a better version of yourself, you need to do things that might cause you to fail. Falling down is evidence that you’re trying hard to accomplish something.