Failure is the fertilizer that feeds success.


It stinks and is unpleasant to handle,

but without it success is unattainable.Seedling

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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17 Responses to Failure

  1. Jon says:

    Humbling to realize that fear of failure is, in the last analysis, fear of success.

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  2. Nancy Ruegg says:

    Very encouraging and so true. Thank you, Mitch!

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  3. So true. We would stagnate otherwise.

    I am hosting a blog party right now and would like to invite you.

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  4. trE says:

    This is so very helpful. Thank you for this.

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  5. Mitch in advising young people in their careers,
    I always stress that failing at something that was important in your
    life or work early is critical to adjust your view of yourself
    and the world to help pave the way for your future success.
    Great post
    Brad James, author The Business Zoo

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  6. Mel An says:

    Hear, hear! From one who really stinks right now.

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  7. Lady Jay says:

    Indeed. Satan tries to makes failure appear as a series of crumbled steps; however, it is the foundation to the next step. Thanks for this post, the imagery will help me stay focused.

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  8. So true…timely reminder.

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  9. I still hate it.

    Hoping God brings beauty out of the ashes.

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  10. More true than I stinkin’ want to admit! 👍🏻

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