Failure Doesn’t Define You.

No one is perfect. We all fall short of our goals and intentions at times.

In fact, some of the most successful people in life have experienced failures.

Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, Oprah Winfrey, Albert Einstein, J. K. Rowland, Vincent Van Gogh, Steven King and many others deemed as successful have failed at some point in their life.

Imagine if they had given up on themselves. They’d have never attained the successes that they did.

Even though they experienced failures of some type they also went on to excel. So can you!

Your simply failure teaches you what isn’t working for you. Look at them as lessons. It doesn’t make the goal unattainable.

Everything you desire is within reach if you level up to it.

Maybe you’re not fully applying yourself or maybe it’s just not time yet.

Sometimes we want it now when it isn’t meant for us until later because we need to grow into the person required to receive it.

This has definitely been the experience for me! I would get so upset when things didn’t go my way and at times I would even give up.

I have since learned to exercise patience and make the effort to further develop and improve myself.

Whatever you do, don’t give up your goal unless you are exchanging your goal for an even better goal.

Sometimes you find something better suited for you which is just as great or greater than your original goal.

Example: If one were trying to write a play that would be acted out in their hometown but instead wrote a movie that made it to the big screen.


That would be a huge upgrade because now your play adapted into a movie can potentially be viewed all over the world.

What is intended for you will not pass you by even if you don’t recognize it at the time.

In failure there are lessons. Learn when you fail and fail forward. Success is within your grasp.

Love and light,

Alice Coaxum

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