Failure

Depressed businessman sitting under trouble thought boxes
Young depressed businessman sitting under white drawn trouble thought boxes

Failure–What comes up in your mind when you hear this word???  I have gotten very familiar with this word in the last few years.  What I have found is that many times, new successes come out of the failure you experience.

Failure is somewhat like beauty–it truly lies in the eyes of the beholder.  The definition of failure can be extremely strict or extremely lenient.  What I have found is most of the times, we are more hard on ourselves than others.  So when something does not go right for us, we immediately call the situation a FAILURE.  We must learn to give ourselves more room to make mistakes.

So if you want to be fair–judge your success on standards you would give to another person.  Don’t make your rules so difficult that it is impossible for you to win.   Give yourself a break. 

Make sure you have the right definition of FAILURE!

From the bottom of a grateful heart,

Sheryl Jones-Queen of Hearts

Sheryl Jones was put here to HELP the HURTING!  If you are one of millions that have experience some type of LOSS, Sheryl is the person to help you.  Sheryl Jones affectionally called the Queen of Hearts is a Dallas Social Worker on the journey to International Motivator.  Sheryl’s passion for others  inspires them to have HOPE.  She teaches women and a few good men how to LIVE the LIFE they LOVE!!  Sheryl has suffered the loss of her special needs son and she used that pain to help others.  Sheryl started a company to help individuals with special needs acquire services and help their parents relax.  Sheryl learned from her sorry a set of unique skills to Re-GAIN HOPE and Find JOY Again. Now her primary focus is speaking on various platforms, hosting a radio show and providing books and products to those who follow her.  Sheryl would LOVE to help YOU.  Contact her at www.sheryljonesqueenofhearts.com.

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