Learning From My Failure

We always have something to do in the pipeline, and then we finally start doing it. But for some apparent reason we could not continue.

Learning-FailuretoSuccessThe same thing happened to me when I was in college, I started a tech blog, and I was going great and the reason for doing a tech blog was to attract visitors to on my blog, and in the beginning it did attract many people. But then I started losing visitors for no apparent reason of my own, and ultimately I could not continue doing it. I lost the motivation of posting every single day knowing that a very few people are going to read it.

It’s only after so many years I learntĀ  that goal setting was not done properly. If I would have set the goal to continue blogging not matter what, things would have been very different by now, and I forgive myself for for not setting the goals the way I should have. Again, we learn way to much from failures than successes.

If you are going to start something, it is very crucial to have concrete principle in hand and the things which you would do no matter what.

I love this way of doing things, it makes me strong.

Thank you,
Faisal

One thought on “Learning From My Failure

  1. It’s hard to say, sometimes a little preserverance will pay off in the end and sometimes it’s good to cut your losses and.move on. Trying g to.figure out which way to go can be hard. But I like to.use my blogs to suppliment the other work I am doing.

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