Are failures really that bad?
For many they look at failures as “hard lessons in life that they just did not get”.
But what if there was another reason for failures?
What if those “Hard Lessons” were nothing more than direction changers. Like the track changers on a railway line. The train flows along happily, then has to slow right down, move one carriage at a time through the 2 changers and connecting lines, until it is completely on the “right track”. Then and only then can it accelerate to its full capacity again.
Is it a failure or a direction changer?