Failures often intimidate people who desire to succeed. Exiting a stage after a humiliating or subpar performance in any aspect of life is one of the worst feelings someone can have. In fact, there are only two possible reactions to this occurrence: either you become disheartened and decide to bounce back or pursue another interest/career, else the shame motivates you to overcome your failure.
Corporate professionals with a strong desire to perform must recognize that choosing performance is more than just a matter of practice. It's critical to learn to accept your failures and shift your perspective on setbacks. Successful people understand that if you don't fail, you won't improve as a performer.
Experts agree that your attitude has a significant impact on your ability to succeed or fail. Failures should be viewed as a learning opportunity rather than something to "get over." Complications should be viewed as fresh ways to increase one's abilities, and obstacles should be viewed as opportunities to improve one's talents.
Many Sportsmen are aware of the importance of performance. They watch video recordings of the other team or person not just to predict what they will do, but also to see what they did correctly and incorrectly. You can isolate and correct problems by studying your failures. However, if you regard your failures as humiliating, you'll obstruct your learning process even more. When you consider them opportunities to learn, they will make you stronger.
There's nothing wrong with failing, but failing to attempt is far worse. You will not succeed if you do not attempt. You can't go wrong as long as you learn from the experience! After all, you're not challenging yourself enough if you never fail. I'm writing this article because without that experience, my career would not have progressed as far as it has.
Dr. Praveen Srivastava. Business Coach, Management Consultant & Trainer