However, it’s important to remember that people who have never experienced failure most likely haven’t taken risks. Their growth is limited. They’re not interesting or seasoned.
Failing is not bad. What matters is how you get up, how you interpret outcomes into learning, and how you become stronger.
Sometimes failure and mistakes are easily understood. Sometimes failure is complex and takes weeks, months or longer to fully understand.
Whichever the case, it is not something to hide from or be discouraged by.
You’re better off embracing it, being proud of it, and using it to your advantage.