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Hey, guys, it’s another week and since someone or people sat down, thought of how can they control humans comfortable life all at once,  so they came up with a solution of there own, to create a calendar. Hope you are doing great whenever you are sitting reading this.

What I want as to discuss this time is the title of my blog. IS FAILURE A LEARNING PROCESS OR AN OPTION? Tell me your opinion in the comments box. The reason why I want to talk about this. I had a very long endless conversation with my friends Jane and Jack last Friday, on a nice weekend while enjoying a nice drink. Both of them said a failure is an option, for me, I disagreed as I think it’s a learning process.


Since I was trying to convince them that when you plan your goals, mind the words that you are using. This is because your subconscious mind registers what you’re thinking, saying and wishing. Then sooner or later that failure will reveal itself. This can create a layback if you fail on your project simply because, it won’t be a surprise that much, remember it was one of the options given subconsciously to the mind unknowingly. This act of believing in the negative or giving negativity a good title can lead to a continuous discouragement.



If you look at it this way, most of the successful people have failed and they never said their failure was an option, it was a learning process for them, example. Thomas Edison once said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” You can’t separate the successes from the failures–it’s all part of the same journey. Also in order to succeed, we must believe that we can, otherwise don’t even think of getting started.

I would like to read your opinion on this, do you think, it is an option to fail or it is a learning process?

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  1. It’s an all in one thing I can’t set my goals to fail but if I fail I have to try again there is an option in failure coz life is not fair I we might fail often but the once with the courage to stand an fight again make the change

  2. I 100% believe that failure is a learning process. Without it, how do you know what success looks like? Or what it doesn’t? From my biggest failures have come my biggest triumphs. And without the learning process of the failure, I don’t know if I would be where I am today. Great post!

  3. I think it is definitely a learning process from past mistakes made. But our failures make us more resilient over time. Truly a good read! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Failure is a choice and a learning process..we can set a goal and of we choose not to work on it then it will fail thus it is a choice..on the other hand there are many factors that are in play in everything around us such as luck, situations etc…so even if we work hard on our goal but we are unlucky then failure can happen and it’s no longer our choice, therefore failure became our learning process because next time we know how to do better..
    Love the thought provoking question:)

  5. I do not think failure is a choice. Nobody would actively choose to fail. It isn’t always something to learn from either. It depends on the situation. Failing at a game may just mean luck wasn’t on your side. Nothing to learn and you certainly didn’t pick to fail.

  6. Failure indeed is a learning process, it doesn’t matter how many times you fall,but are you willing to pick up yourself and start it all over again. There comes plan B” which comes as an option, either for you to pick up the pieces or give up. Big giants have had there own share of downfall,they learned and they came up stronger than before. Plan B is not a negative energy but willingness to learn and acknowledge failure as a stepping ladder to success.

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