4 Reasons Why Failure Is A Part Of The Road To Success And You Should Embrace It


“If you’ve never failed, you’ve never lived” is how the saying goes. Failure is probably one of the aspects in life most people are afraid of. But the truth is: everyone has failed and everyone will fail again. We sometimes forget that all successful people have failed, but they did not stop after their failures. They stood up and tried again, time after time. We tend to think that people who are successful were just lucky. It just fell into their laps or they just had the right connections. 

When people are successful, we always focus on their success. Not on the years of struggle, failure, and trying again and again. We only see the bright side and forget about the years of hard work, while those years mostly bring the most inspiring and motivational stories.

So do not be afraid of failure, it is a part of your road to success. We give you 4 reasons why you should embrace failure and see it as a valuable part of your journey. After all without failure, how sweet would success be?

 #1 – Failure is life’s greatest teacher

“The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude toward failure of ‘no fear’” – Ralph Heath, author of Celebrating Failure: The Power of Taking Risks, Making Mistakes and Thinking Big.

In order to grow, you need failure, it is life’s ultimate lesson. Failing will happen, no matter how hard you try to avoid it, so you might as well have a ‘no fear’ attitude towards it. This does not mean you should expect to fail, but when it happens accept it. embrace failure as part of success

There is value in failure. Through failure you will get to know yourself better and you will learn from your mistakes. Failures make us  rethink, reconsider and find new ways and strategies to achieve our  goals.

#2 – Failure will make you reach your potential

“One of the biggest secrets to success is operating inside your strength zone but outside of your comfort zone,” –  Ralph Heath embrace failure as part of success

In order to reach your ultimate potential, your personal best and to make the ‘impossible’ possible, you need to push yourself, go to the absolute limits and definitely not fear failure. When you have a no fear attitude and embrace failure it will maximize your motivation, determination and perseverance.

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#3 – Failure brings character and humbles you

No one wants to fail, because it is bad for our ego. Failure humbles you and will make you evaluate the situation better. When your ego is in charge, you will not learn from the mistakes you have made, you will not be open to other people’s views or see the situations clearly.

We need the learn, evaluate and listen to other people if we want to see what needs to change in order to succeed.

Your ego always wants to be right and will get in the way of you and your success. In order to be successful we have to accept that we were wrong, evaluate, learn and move on.

#4 – Failure determines the kind of person you are

There are two types of people in this world, people who take failure personally, see it as a permanent situation and give up, and there are people who use it as a lesson, do not take it personally but see it as a temporary setback. embrace failure as part of the success

We all feel an emotional low after we have failed, that is natural, human and inevitable. But how we respond to our failures is what determines our road to success. If you feel an emotional low after you have failed, read or listen to stories of people like Oprah Winfrey or J.K. Rowling and their journey to where they are now, this will help you get through your emotional low, get motivation and move on.

“If I become complacent and don’t take risks, someone will notice what I am doing and improve upon my efforts over time, and put me out of work. You’ve got to keep finding better ways to run your life, or someone will take what you’ve accomplished, improve upon it, and be very pleased with the results. Keep moving forward or die.” – Ralph Heath


  1. This post is such a good reminder! I’ve got a lot of stress at the moment and caught myself a few times on negative thinking, like “how am I gonna do that” “impossible”, but this really helped me to see the positive sides of having much to do. I’ll just give my best and see what happens. Thank you!

  2. I have been trying to use my failures as a positive, so I can become a successful business woman. Without failure successful woman today would not have gotten where they are. This is a really encouraging post that I enjoyed reading.

  3. So many times our fear of failing keeps us from even beginning. We have to “feel the fear and do it anyway”. Start with one small thing –make it something you KNOW you will succeed at….build your confidence and momentum and keep on going. The regret of never having tried can hurt worse than trying and “failing”.

  4. Fantastic post! I have so many days where I feel like i’m super failing at my photography business (which I started from scratch in 2012). I always see failure as a bad thing, something that makes people disappointed in me. This has really helped open my eyes to seeing ‘failure’ as something positive rather than negative. Life has lessons and I always knew starting a business wouldn’t be easy.

    Thank you.

  5. Such smart advice. Sometimes it’s hard to look past the failure when you see others with the success you’re aiming for and haven’t achieved yet. Being humble is certainly an underrated, but beautiful virtue!

    xx Ali

  6. Great post. Life is a massive learning curve and you have to experience failure to be able to truly appreciate success.

    CC x

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