Most people don't like failures. They see them as a collapse, the proof that their plan was not successful or their ideas were not good enough. However, the truth is all that everyone can fail. One of the things that distinguishes successful people is the correct perception of their failures. To succeed, you must learn from the mistakes and errors along the way, and not give up and get disappointed or depressed.
Think about it the next time failure comes, and it will come, there is no doubt about it, but the next time see it as your personal enemy and think about your defeat as a new opportunity for your victory. Here are three reasons why failure is the key to success.
Failed means tried.
The best way to measure your progress in any field is to count the number of failures that you had. If there aren’t any, chances are, you've not really tried. Failure is a blacksmith's hammer that forges the sword of your success. If you really want to get success, you have to fail at least a couple of times.
If you look at all the great men and women in the history, you'll notice that they had one thing in common: they failed, and not once. Take Thomas Edison. How many times did he make mistakes choosing the material for the filament in his light bulb? There are various assumptions, but they are all within "a hell of a lot." Henry Ford was intimately familiar with failures. So closely, that he is credited with the phrase "Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently."