Everyone hates “failure”, right?
You want to succeed without “failing” at anything, right?
Even if you think it’s a success now, in a few years, why do you think it’s a success? That’s what it sounds like.
shi-pai [failure] noun
to miss things. Failure to obtain good results by mistaking the method or purpose. to screw up.
Refer to Kojien
This article will tell you how to know the essence of “failure” and enjoy life.
Most failures in the world!
Don’t be overwhelmed by failures and successes, look at your life from a bird’s-eye view and go with the feeling of “Isn’t that so!”
Fear of failure makes you cling to one success story that went well and puts less emphasis on failure or success than someone who only talks.
People who continue to take on new challenges based on their own sense of values, without worrying about whether things went well or not, have a lot of joy.
If you do your best in this way, even if something happens that makes you think you have failed, the people around you won’t think of it as a failure. They will say, “No, no, this happens sometimes.”
In the past, the minister in charge of reconstruction was forced to resign after making a remark that he was glad that the disaster occurred in the Tohoku region. This may sound like a failure, but it really isn’t.
Failure exists because of success. If this minister had strongly promoted reconstruction and had succeeded in implementing measures that are close to the hearts and minds of everyone in the disaster-stricken areas, this remark might have been forgiven as a “failure.”
But it wasn’t.
If you think you failed, it’s over
Of course, there are those who strive for success and continue to produce results.
But it’s a one-in-a-million thing and not everyone can do it.
In the media, they are often featured as successful people, but behind the scenes, there are people who are failing.
In fact, it is difficult to get into the group of people who have failed.
What should I do when things move forward?
It’s a big shock when you stumble when you start doing something with the intention of succeeding! ?
That’s why I don’t think there are many people who start things thinking that they will “fail”. But I believe that we should proceed on the assumption that we will fail!
For example, even at work, even though I did my best to get good results, if I messed up, I would feel depressed and say, “I’m not suited for this job.”
But if you do it on the premise of failure and just say, “I’m not suitable for this job,” then even if you fail, you won’t feel so depressed.
Of course, your superiors and seniors will scold you, but if you say, “I’ll fix it!”
Besides, fixing mistakes is a lot of fun.
It makes me feel good and I learn a lot because I’m getting closer to success from failure.
When you move things forward, let’s move on the premise of failure!
Do what you think you’re not a good person like yourself.
Then I don’t care if I fail. But I will do the repair.
If you fix it even a little, you will get excited.
Thank you for reading
thank you very much!