Posted by da Front Porch on Saturday, July 19, 2014
Tags: there is no such thing as failure will smith hurshel ricks @hursh_writes motivation inspiration life love journey discovery self help
There is no such thing as failure (Michael, 2012). Failure is a quality of thought that must be discharged and eliminated from a person's psyche if the person has put forth effort. The only true failure is the non-attempt to attempt to improve in ones creativity. Personally, I believe that the second attempt a person gives is really the first try. Another one of my favorite self-motivating mental messages is, "I never claimed to be perfect, I only claimed to be me." If a person keeps their goals in uniform then all things will have a greater potential to improve as long as he is adding more quality to his output of creativity.
A person must not compare his own outcome of creativity to another person's outcome to determine pass or failure. A person should compare the past attempts to the current attempt. Furthermore, to gain the highest and greatest achievements, principals have to be in effect to give accurate ways to improve one's creativity. Once a person can discover a pattern of positive and negative production then failure is bumped out of the box. Promptly, success comes directly to his front porch.
Actor and recording artist, Will Smith said, "I don't know what my calling is, but I want to be here for a bigger reason. I strive to be like the greatest people who have ever lived" (Smith, 2012). In other words his hunger and desire to hold success will not allow him to live as failure. My interpretation of Will Smith's quote is identical to an idea that Michael Michalko shared about things you are not taught about in creativity. He believed that you do not fail from not succeeding because you have learned something that does not work (Michael, 2012).
Life has many creative courses. The person that has a realistic plan to a realistic destination will have a greater tour. The tour will bring filled expectations accompanied by states of amazement with daily extremes and norms. One who has compassed these experiences has not failed; this person has learned to coexist within his own creativity. I would like ending this assignment with another of my daily mental messages - the distance between you and your success is in arms reach.