Failure is much often a better teacher than success, Failure is practice towards becoming successful if you always succeed you will never know what it feels like to fail and won’t know how to react whenever that time comes. It is everyone’s dream to be successful, but success is very rarely given to anyone. Everyone has obstacles to get over and their own set of trials and tribulations. What is really important in life are the lessons learned from these events, teaching you more about yourself and the object in which you are attempting to be successful in, and there is no better teacher than failure. One of the main areas I used my failures to better myself was in athletics such as football and basketball, failure has been a constant motivator in my ultimate goal, which is to be successful, and the absolute best I can possibly be. Since middle school athletics have been a major part of my life. Taking up almost all of my free time away from school. Spending my first semester of the 2008-2009 school year as a starter of the MLK Lions Football team, but with all of my hard work, I would never have gotten this opportunity without at some point dealing with failures. In conclusion, failure is often a better teacher than success the reasons for failure leads us to do something about the causes of failure. Failure provides valuable insight into how things work and how people behave in the real life. It also provides an understanding of the skills, traits, and temperament required to have success in real life. Participation in sports teaches valuable lessons throughout life. Sports can teach problem solving, satisfaction, accountability, respect, responsibility, time management, failure, success, friendship, commitment, honesty and integrity can all be learned from sports. I have participated in 2...
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