Failure is important

Failure is important

Failure is Important

It’s important to fail because it teaches you valuable life lessons.

Instead of perceiving failure as a negative, look at it as a chance to reset and start again refreshed. It may feel like the end of the world, but it’s never over as long as you’re still breathing.

Don’t be too attached to comfort. Other people have much worse problems than you.

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Every moment of your life is past the point of no return. You’re not going to eventually end up back in the womb. All you can do is move forward in life, and the reason why is because wherever you’re at or whatever you do, you can’t turn back time.

Keep repeating to yourself, “Don’t stop. You’re almost there.”

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How to win every argument
  1. Stay calm.
  2. Use facts as evidence for your position.
  3. Ask questions. If you can ask the right questions you can stay in control of the discussion and make your opponent scramble for answers.
  4. Use logic. Show how one idea follows another.
  5. Listen carefully.
  6. Be prepared to concede a good point.
  7. Study your opponent. Know their strengths & weaknesses.
  8. Do not get personal. Attacks on your opponent’s lifestyle, integrity or honesty should be avoided. Attack the issue not the person.

Being confident is the key to a succesful explanation.

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How to win every argument

How to win every argument





  • Stay calm. 
  • Use facts as evidence for your position. 
  • Ask questions. If you can ask the right questions you can stay in control of the discussion and make your opponent scramble for answers. 
  • Use logic. Show how one idea follows another. 
  • Listen carefully.
  • Be prepared to concede a good point. 
  • Study your opponent. Know their strengths & weaknesses.
  • Do not get personal. Attacks on your opponent’s lifestyle, integrity or honesty should be avoided. Attack the issue not the person.
  • Being confident is the key to a succesful explanation.




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