I see failure as a chance to learn.


My initial emotion to any challenge, barrier, or setback is delight and thankfulness.

I am grateful for the opportunity to try again.

In the face of failure, I modify my thinking. I see it as a fantastic opportunity to try something new.
I’m proud of my ability to get back up and dust myself off. I have the inner strength to face any difficulty that life throws at me.

I enjoy learning. I see it as an opportunity to broaden my skill set, gain information, and raise my self-worth and self-esteem.

  1. How do I respond to failure? Do I choose to give up or to keep going?
    I see failure as an opportunity to become the best version of myself.
    I am on a journey that is constantly moving, changing, and evolving, and I recognize that being redirected is an important part of that. It allows me to grow and change, for which I am glad.
    My mind is continually active, buzzing, and whirring, and I am constantly on the move. Learning is a part of who I am, and I welcome and enjoy it.
    Today, I recognize that failure is not the end of the road, but rather the start of a wonderful journey of growth and healing. I’m excited about the opportunity to learn something new, to be the greatest version of myself, and to explore the new paths that have opened up before me. 2 Self-Reflection Questions
  2. Am I taking advantage of every opportunity to learn, grow, and evolve?
  3. How can I change my thinking so that I can make the most of failure?
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