Success is Failure Turned Inside Out

Have you ever won­dered how some peo­ple can keep on going with a project or an idea after expe­ri­enc­ing set­back after set­back after set­back? How can peo­ple con­tinue to move on with an idea, or a busi­ness, or an endeavor after an appar­ent heartache forces them to stop (at least temporarily)?

If you’ve ever met any­one who says they’ve not had a tough time in their life or that they never had a rough day, then you’ve met a per­son who has either not lived or is not telling the truth. Plain and simple.For me, what has helped keep me going has been to focus on the goal, on the dream. Earl Nightin­gale, in his record­ing “The Strangest Secret said “Suc­cess is the pro­gres­sive real­iza­tion of a wor­thy ideal.”

Even though I choose to make every day a pos­i­tive and con­struc­tive one, there are always those moments in a person’s life when you feel that you just don’t want to move on with a project, or with a rela­tion­ship or with an idea that you’ve been work­ing on for a long time. It’s those very moments where I find myself in need of a per­sonal pick me up. What’s great about the inter­net is that there is such a large num­ber of inspi­ra­tional video and audio links that you can check out a few a day and never be able to get threw them all.

Below is one of my favorites.

The Don’t Quit Poem
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Here are a few others:

Never Under­es­ti­mate What’s Inside You that Makes You Special

Famous Fail­ures

Keep Trying…Until You Succeed!

40 Inspi­ra­tional Speeches in 2 Minutes

My wish is that if you or some­one you know is hav­ing a rough time, that at least one of the videos above helps!

Do you have a link to a video or audio record­ing that inspires you? Let oth­ers know about it!

Share it in your com­ments below!

 Success is Failure Turned Inside Out


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  1. Adebowale Adeola D on Wed, 30th Sep 2009 6:07 am
  2. Nice post. One cer­tain thing about life is that for every rise there would be a fall at some time, where the prob­lem lies is that we try to deny or not accept that fact which leads to not being able to cope with the down­side of life. I share your views. Thumbs up.

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