I AM NOT GOING TO WRITE HERE ABOUT SUCCESS AND FAILURE, THIS WRITE UP IS ALL THAT COMES BETWEEN OUR PERCEPTION OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE.
While success can give us the boost to do well in future endeavors and to perform with more sincerity, failure challenges our capability to do any job and it makes us believe that we are not capable of it. Going with the doubled sincerity and doubled dedication after a failure gives the person a required platform to outcast his last performance.
But is it that easy? After debacle, definitely not. We need to understand that success and failure is part and parcel of life. Growing up on failures and learning from them is the mandatory ingredient needed to concoct a perfect recipe called Success. Confidence and self belief are the two ingredients that are necessary to keep you going after a failure. History is replete with examples of people who braved failure to achieve success and make it big.
It’s up to us to decide which side of the fence allures us the most, the self content side, the side where people accepted things as they came, never challenged and never asked for more from their life or the side where people never gave up, they just kick started themselves after every debacle and went after the thing they aspired for more than anything else.
I would like to conclude with the famous saying by Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.”
– HIMANSHU SHUKLA
Samurais, PGPM Gurgaon Class of 2016