The second Thursday in October is now known as the International Day for Failure. In 2010 a group of Finnish university students celebrated failure in hopes of encouraging more small business start-ups. The idea spread. Read more about it here: https://nationaltoday.com/international-day-for-failure/
“Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” ~Henry Ford
Failure is often a part of the process to success. Sometimes it’s the best motivator to try something new and become someone new. See this excellent post from the Wanderlust Worker, Robert Kanaat: https://www.wanderlustworker.com/if-you-think-you-can-or-you-cant-youre-right/ and https://www.wanderlustworker.com/about-this-blog/
Here’s today’s haiku: CELEBRATE FAILURE
try, try, try again
to learn how best to succeed –
Bottom line: if you want to be successful, never give up.
And, finally, if you’re fed up with both success and failure, well …. read this excellent post from Nate Muller: https://theapeiron.co.uk/the-myth-of-sisyphus-how-to-find-meaning-in-a-meaningless-world-a2ed98f11e20
“The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a man’s heart.” Camus
Very Growth Mindset Patrick. In fact, I am reminded of my favorite George Carlin’s one liners, “if my goal is to fail and I succeed, which have I done?”
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Grinning from ear to ear, I so appreciate your wit and wisdom, Ari. How lucky I am to know you!