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  • Writer's pictureAaron Kennedy

Fails and Goals

Failing is a common term used when discussing the journey to success.

There is often the mention that failing is part of growth. That is absolutely true.

However, it should be a byproduct of great effort and not an expectancy. What you focus on is what comes through. Fear and insecurity can paralyze our best intentions.

But if we apply ourselves by doubling effort and organization. We can achieve so much more and be ever prepared for issues and crises that might arise.

What you need over what you wish for.

Goals also are presented as long term, long game, in time, eventually.

Also true.

Be proactive in order to combat obstacles or individuals who do not align with your vision.

Personally you can develop a capacity to deal with change and challenges.

Professionally become a leader within your work or business. Invariably the competition or clients can attempt to undermine our need to succeed because they are part of the operation and growth.

Clients are very important of course. Though we should never be established in a scenario whereby they are core to what we do. In that, a standard should be set and maintained .

Goals come in many forms. From daily regimes as people to essential productivity in our careers.

Missing those could be considered failures but the ongoing distraction of life and incidents within the professional environment can take us away from even our mission statement.

The success is to be found in knowing , being present, being focused and adapting.

Having the ability to switch gear without a moment's notice makes you very effective and inspiring to others.

Fails and Goals go hand in hand as part of our existence.

When you can be comfortable with that concept you are ready to hold both in each hand.

Just like life. Go forward with both hands open.

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