Nowadays it is underestimated the importance of failure in the learning process.
I'm sure that you also see failure as a something to avoid at all costs.
The price you have to pay for hold this belief can be very high.
On a personal level.
I also don't want to motivate you to fail as a prerequisite for success.
Today's society penalizes failure as an anticipation of the model that you should not follow.
Or what is the same thing.
As something that only happens to losers.
A self-fulfilling prophecy socially reserved for the worst.
And you don't want to be pigeonholed into that marginal group.
However, the failure to consider the importance of failure as a part of the road you have to travel to achieve your goals, it can be a mistake that will lead you precisely to not achieve them.
It's as simple as that.
The fear of failure does not bring you closer to success.
In the same way that his denial only makes you unnecessary stress that paralyzes you just when it's most important for you to move forward.
Consider the importance of failure in your learning process.
Failure is usually associated to error.
That which goes wrong and which makes us be perceived by others as undeserving of success.
But what happens is that the distance there is between what you perceive as wrong and right is fair. where learning takes place.
Think about it carefully.
If you are wrong you learn more than when you get it right.
Because in the end the get things right the first time only make you experience them in a certain way.However, mistakes lead you through different paths to what you consider success.
Even those mistakes can lead you to discover a learning path on what doesn't work to make it work.
And this is where it resides the importance of failure and its proper management.
Fear of failure is not the best source of motivation to get what you want.
Since this fear paralyzes you and prevents you from getting down to work to move towards your goals.
The management of these expectations of failure is then fundamental to to allow you to move forward by making mistakes and learning from every mistake.
Without fear of what others think of it.
Another fundamental factor in this process of change.
But how to manage it?
Managing Failure: 7 Keys to Consider
As Henry Ford said "those who quit are more numerous than those who fail".
A sentence that illustrates the importance of failure and its management in the achievement of any objective.
That's why in coaching we focus on your resources and capabilities by focusing on that which will help you to overcome those fears.
Manage your mistakes.
And above all to be responsible for your successes and failures as part of that path that will lead you to be your best version.
To do this you we accompany you in your coaching process to keep in mind these 7 keys to put the importance of failure in perspective:
- Define realistic goals with the right amount of ambition to make them motivational
- Detect those thoughts that sabotage you every time you try
- Create new habits to help you change the way you achieve your goals
- Learn to manage your time
- Develop a new relationship with your mistakes
- Design an appropriate plan of action
- Fulfill your intermediate objectives being flexible to adapt it to your learning during the process
What are you waiting for?