I've failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed”.
Continuing Academic Success Bruno Lopez GEN/201 11-17-2014 Justin Lafeen Continuing Academic Success While being responsible for our academic success, prioritizing work to achieve goals can be valuable to students without a success driven mindset. Responsibility and action along with ethics help set the path for proper results and set standards for academic achievement. As I explore
I failed to reach the top of the rock climbing wall on the playground, and as a result, I have strived even harder to reach the peak of success in everything I do. Instead of becoming discouraged and disappointed in myself, I found a way to improve myself for my next challenge. Learning from my mistakes has molded me into an improved person while giving me the motivation to keep pushing forward. Failure has taught me the importance of learning from your errors and trying again, no matter how difficult it may be. Without lessons like these, I would not be the motivated, independent person that I am today. I will continue to fail and try again until I achieve my goal of reaching the
Truman Capote: Hard Times Make Good Stories "Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor" (BrainyQuote.) The great deal of hardships in my life led me to be successful. I dealt with abandonment for much of my life. I failed at many thing in my life but writing was not
Failure is an important part of life because when you fail you can turn it into a success.
Chiming in the conversation, Garnica said, “You’re not a failure. Every lesson is a chance to look over what you have done and learn from them. You’ll never fail in trying. Just push through.”
Failure can be a very difficult thing to cope with. It can be something that makes you or breaks you. I have learned that failure is what defines a person; it shows your motivation to bounce back when things get rough. I have learned from my failure instead of dwelling on it and making myself weaker.
I am not new to the idea of failing, but I refuse to accept failure as a mistake I will be remembered by. Through recent experiences I have learned how to react to failure, ask for help, and move on with my life.
Have you ever failed and ended up being proud of it? Normally people hate it when they fail, but a specific failure of mine ended up being a blessing in disguise. My sophomore year in high school, I walked into an assembly. The officers started the assembly but I was amazed when I watched the Falcettes perform. They were amazing and I wanted to be a part of it! I then thought to myself, if I want high school to be great, then that is what I need to do, and right then I decided I was going to be a Falcette, no matter how hard I had to work I would achieve this goal!
Failure is all around us, but so is success. Both result from one thing, setting goals. I set goals to achieve a sense of accomplishment when they are completed. From doing my homework every night to getting 100 percent on a test, goals help me focus my time on the activities that I must accomplish. Taking responsibility for your own failures is difficult. My failure makes me wonder what could I have done differently. I was forced to ask myself that question after Cross Country Districts Junior year.
Failure to me is something that can sometimes lower your self-confidence. An example of failure in my mind is when I make lower than an 80 on a test or assignment. I do not believe I was as prepared for the Early College as I thought I was, and this has been very overwhelming and difficult. My grades throughout school have always been A’s and B’s so when I started at the Early College juggling high school and college classes made things more complicated. I have never experienced this before so my initial thoughts were to give up and return to East Montgomery. Testing has never been my strong point but I have always been able to study and make the grades I knew I could do.
Failure for some, is one of the hardest things to come back from. When you do not succeed at something the first time around, you can develop false hope that you wont ever be able to accomplish that same goal, ever again. But it should be seen as the complete opposite. The effect of failing at a particular thing should give you even more drive and want to, achieve it. It shouldn't knock you down, but aspire you to be stronger and want what you are striving for, even more than you did before. I have gone through very many experiences where I have not received the outcome that I thought I deserved or wanted and I have felt like quitting. Knowing now that I didn't quit, makes the success of that one goal, that much better.
While roaming through life’s path, have you ever found yourself trapped between two directions? This happens too frequently, but there are those who remain trapped and there are those who advance. I chose to be happy, in spite of the many challenges. I motivated myself to fight, even though
Jacob Eshet Professor Cinda Kane English 1101 September 8, 2015 Meditations on the Letter M The points of the letter M represent an important aspect of life. We strive for high achievements, but everyone eventually falls. Part of life is working to rise above again, as shown in the shape
Why is character important? Why is it important to be a person of good morals, ethics, and character? Can that make you more productive in life, family, school, business, work, etc. ? Well, good moral, ethics, and character has NEVER hurt anyone. President Abraham Lincoln once said, "Reputation is the shadow. Character