Failure the Bedrock of Success
2nd July, 2015 Writers
                                           Failure "The Bedrock of Success"
Success can be said to be a state of accomplishing and intended purpose. The degree of ones success is a function of number of failure/mistakes overcame along the line. This makes failure an inevitable commodity in our quest for success. Failure in the path of success is as a result of series of mistakes made. So therefore it is an optimistic catalyst in the school of success. They say it's either you bubble or you fumble but I say sometimes you have to fumble before you bubble. It should be noted that there are only two categories of people granted immunity to fail they are; the dead and the unborn. As far as we have life in us and we thirst for success failure will always remain inevitable but our ability to recover will determine the extent of our success. Indeed success and failure are mutually exclusive. Success might look so hard and difficult right now to achieve, never give up the moment you start understanding the principles of success the easier it gets. Always have plans because failure to plan is synonymous to planing to fail. Success stories in most cases have a slow beginning and remember the slow movement of a lion is not a symptom of cowardliness but good tactics towards a great hunt. Don't be too eager, don't be in a hurry. Understand that direction is more important than speed, nowadays many are heading nowhere really fast and they don't know it. So when things don't work for you right away just remember it takes 6 months to build a Rolls Royce and 13 hours to build a Toyota. Thank you and remain branded.
                                                                                                               - Owoseni Adeyemi jnr.
  • This article was written by me to inspire young entrepreneurs toward achieving success.

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