Average folks point fingers; achievers take responsibility.
Average folks fear failure; achievers embrace it as a stepping stone.
Average folks let past errors hold them back; achievers take bold risks.
Average folks give up; achievers persevere.
J. Wallace Hamilton once said, “People are training for success when they should be training for failure. Failure is far more common than success; poverty is more prevalent than wealth; and disappointment more normal than arrival.” High achievers confront failure head-on and push forward. They understand that success often follows failure. No matter how tough the challenges, the key isn’t in changing your circumstances; it’s in transforming yourself. Remember, it’s not your circumstances but your response to failure that paves the way to success.