From failure to success in 5 simple steps

Thought process

What we think is what we are and is always reflected in our actions . Successful people always think high and different and are always optimistic but failures always think low and are pessimistic. If we will think of high goals then only we are gonna achieve it and our actions will also be guided and moulded according to it. Setting higher goals and thoughts infuses a spirit of positivity and the necessary energy to achieve it. Whereas low thinking retardes the energy and actions .

Spend time with positive people

We are average of 5 people whom we spend most of our time. Being surrounded with negative people makes us negative even if we were positive. Whereas being with positive  people boost our morale and set an example of inspiration. So it’s really important to know and to choose right people around us.

Positive people always have solutions for problems but negative people will always have problems for every solutions.

Faith in destiny and not in hardwork

Failures always tend to make excuse about their condition as a matter of fate or destiny. So they never pursue hardwork. But successful people always believe in self and hardwork and make their own fate.

Discipline

Having discipline, schedule and a set of rules and principles in life is what make successful people different from failures. Having uncertain schedule will always lead to chaos and confusion and in the end leading to running out of time. By following rules and regulations you will always have plenty of time and all the things managed.

Importance of time

Those who understands this petty concept are the bearers of success. Time gone will never come again. Making productive use of time is what paves the path for success.

Being successful is all about hardwork , determination and self faith and being positive in all the conditions . By following all these things you can turn your failure into success.

48 thoughts on “From failure to success in 5 simple steps

  1. Thanks for visiting and following my blog. You’ve packed powerful information into 5 steps. Believing in yourself is most important. Unfortunately, many people are not raised to believe in self and have to overcome obstacles from childhood.

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    1. Yeah that’s really true …if one is not confident about himself , he can’t perform any task even if he is superb at that task. Self believe and confidence are must and children should be constantly infused with these qualities ….
      Thanks for reading my post and appreciating me..☺️👍

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  2. Reblogged this on Mindpower (The Amazing Power of the Human Mind) and commented:
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  3. You make some good points here, Erasheikh. It’s true… positivity breeds success and negativity breeds failure. BUT, I think your use of the words “always” and “never” are deceptive. Few of us are “always” anything and seldom fall into the “never” category. It’s those shifts that allow us to have courage and the hope that even the worst of us can change. And it’s those shifts that make us fearful that even the best of us can fall prey to temptation and be thrown off track if we are not careful. Associations with people who are “usually” positive and “more successful than not most of the time” are the connections that help us move forward and slowly become more of the people we want to be. Don’t you agree?

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    1. It’s nameera sheikh and first of all thanks for reading my article and scrutinizing it deeply. I do agree with you a little, but I have used the words “always” and “never” just to depict the majority of the results . There are always exceptions which I have put aside just to talk about the more usual and general consequences. Yeah it is possible that positive people are not always successful but here I am talking that good successful people are always positive. Also we should not forget that every person is unique and there are different results, impact and reaction of each. So I have just made a generalised or more common picture ignoring the exceptions as these are always present.

      Thank u once again and have a great day..!

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      1. Cool! And how do you measure your success? I mean everyone can say they are successful in one way or other. Do we have to be rich to be successful or do we have to have a lots of people who loves us to be successful ?

        Oh.. sorry I don’t know why I’m questioning so much . I should be shutting off my phone and sleep .

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