Seven failures in a row do not make you a failure.
Just ask George Washington. He lost seven successive battles but won the war. He was voted president of the newly formed United States of America. His revolution inspired freedom movements among colonies in both Americas (North and South).
Did he kick himself for mucking up when he became famous for retreating? Did he grovel with feelings of inadequacy? I don’t know. What I do know is that he continued fighting until he won. Place no time limits on God. If things don’t work out well now, they may later. Don’t despair, just keep plugging away!
Every time you fail, you’re one step closer to the formula of success!
Very uplifting for me today. Thank you.
Thank you. This is very needed encouragement today!
You have a lot of encouragement to give too! Let’s hear it!
Thank you for liking my blog, and thank you for this motivating post … you’re right about ” every time you fail, you’re one step closer to the formula of success” , but sometimes the road is so long, at least for me, failing is part of my everyday, also trying … I’ll stay motivated, and by the way, I am Muslim, and I am honored to comment on your blog, it gives me some peace to see different people talk about the sames issues, try to help others deal with them … 🙂
Well, I am pleased to correspond with you and to make your acquaintance. I hope you accept my offer of friendship. Through blogging, it is easy to make friends. Have a coffee for our new friendship! yours, Mike
Excellent. An important message. Thank you. 🙂
Reblogged this on Gab & Graffiti and commented:
This is for all, including post-grads and job-hunters:-)
I love, love, love, love, love this!
Praise Him, praise Him, praise Him!