The Way to Success

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  • Topic: Failure, Reliability engineering, Success
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Life’s a cafeteria here. We can get anything we want as long as you are willing to pay the price. We can even get success, but success but we’ll never get it if we wait for someone to bring it to us. We have to get up and get it yourself. Success is defined differently by different people. Most people think of success as making it big in power and money. The way most of us look at success is in being happy and contented not for instants but more consistently. We grow by dreams. All big men are dreamers. Success is that way just a little after the splat. We have failed many times, although we may not remember. We fell down the first time we tried to walk. We almost drowned the first time we tried to swim. Don’t worry about failure. If we fail, it doesn’t mean we are a failure. It does mean we have not yet succeeded. Failure doesn’t mean that we have accomplished nothing it does mean we have learned something Failure doesn’t mean we have been disgraced but it does mean that we dared to try. Failure doesn’t mean that we don’t have it; it does mean that we have done something in a different way. Failure doesn’t mean that we have wasted our life; it does mean that we have a reason to start over. Failure doesn’t mean that we should give up; it does mean that we must try harder. Failure doesn’t mean that we’ll will never make it. It does mean that we need more patience. Failure doesn’t mean that we have abandoned, it does mean we must have another idea. The secret of success is in two words “—Right decisions”. And we make right decisions by our experience and we get that experience by two words—“Wrong decisions”. Also people are different. Some people work well under pressure and need goals. While others just fail under pressure and are better functional in a nurturing environment. The only work ethic that works is listening to our heart as much as possible. In the end what counts is how self—referred we are i.e. our heart is telling us what to do and how to...
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