Jan 3, 20224 min
When was the last time you wondered what you would have achieved in life if you hadn't taken the right action? If you hadn't sacrificed everything to achieve your goal?
Do you know this saying? Who stops, goes only backwards...
Everyone experiences ups and downs, because that's what our life consists of.
Therefore, it is worth considering how to plan every detail to deal with difficult situations and failures.
Each of us knows that failure is the twin sister of success!
I often hear the question, "Why isn't everything simple?"
And if it were that simple, would you enjoy it?
It has to do with the fact that thanks to failures, we learn the right lesson and learn, at the same time to become better. We start to develop. Because when you hit the bottom, you bounce back and learn to draw conclusions.
You get up and go on! Therefore, let's learn to transform each failure into success.
Success is never final. Failure is never total. Only courage counts – Winston Churchill
I recommend reading biographies of famous people, in which we will find one common truth.
Using the example of Maria Skłodowska-Curie, we read that she spent hundreds of hours in the laboratory before discovering two new elements, radium and polonium, and developed the theory of radioactivity.
On her initiative, research was also carried out on the treatment of cancer with the use of radioactivity. She never doubted the power of research.
Maria Skłodowska-Curie used to say – Life is not easy for any of us. But ... what does it matter! You need to be persistent and, above all, have confidence in yourself. You need to feel capable of doing something, and that you can achieve it, no matter the cost.
The winners do not repeat the same mistakes over and over again - Paulo Coelho
Failure is always destructive to us. Therefore, it is important to train internally and understand, right from the start, that this is an integral path to success.
When we exercise our character, we gain motivation and passion for life. Thomas Edison when he invented the electric bulb - do you know how many failures he had? About 10,000...
Edison always replied "I only found 10,000 ways, not failures." Don't worry when we don't get what we want the first time. So let us read failure as a science that allows for a fresh start.
There are no failures in life, only lessons – Jennifer Aniston
My recipe for success in private or professional life is continuous development.
Self-realization and taking care of your passions regardless of the circumstances.
Passions are something that sits deep within us and gives us a sense of stability. When everything is collapsing, passions give us space to be ourselves. It is also important not to fall into self-love and laziness when we are successful. Let us demand from others, but the most from ourselves.
This will enable us to develop and protect our identity. Let's try to introduce discipline into our lives, thanks to which our neurons in the brain will develop properly for many years. It can be learning how to dance, swim, learn a new language, photography, or even a new sport.
As Henry Ford used to say – Anyone who stops learning is old, no matter if they are 20 or 80 years old. Anyone who continues education remains young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.
The most important thing after each failure is to get up, shake yourself off and move on.
Be success-oriented and find the strength you need.
The learning and knowledge you gain builds your inner strength, gives you strength and self-confidence.
There is no stagnation in nature, you either develop or regress.
Remember that POWER is within you!
Winners do what the losers don't want to – Jonathan Carroll
My grandmother used to say that the best investment in life is an investment in our education. It enriches us and no one can take it away from us.
We must have perseverance and, above all, trust in ourselves. We must believe that we are capable of something - Maria Skłodowska-Curie
Let's remember! Life is movement and movement is life.
Our knowledge begins with what we feel.
Katarzyna Dorosz, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine
Katarzyna Dorosz is a leader in the field of brain performance, mental performance, and improving memory and quality of work.
She is a world-renowned expert for senior and mature individuals who also conducts research on longevity. She is also a lecturer and author of several books.
Katarzyna works with many prestigious American universities about attaining meaningful longevity in life and how to maintain brain function.
She also supports women around the world through motivational lectures. Her attitude and stubborn pursuit of purpose show how important changes and progress in life are.
She is also the author of the TV Show "Te Power of Life". During lectures, she uses the "Educational kinesiology and Emotional intelligence" and developed her own methods of exercises that provide excellent memory, concentration exercises as well as relaxation, and a set of physical exercises to imp-rove the condition (adjusted to the age and flexibility of the body).
In business training, Katarzyna uses the popular Japanese Kaizen method, i.e. a philosophy based on changing lifestyle - an endless process of improving and improving the quality of the company.