Success from Failure

Turn Every Failure into Incredible Success

It happened again, didn’t it? Your great plan failed. You were sure it was going to work, but it didn’t. And you failed. Again. Let’s face it: you’re just a failure, right?

I don’t know if your last failure had to do with finance or romance, with school or work. Even if you’re successful in other areas of your life, when you fail it makes you feel like a failure in everything. How do I know this? Because I’ve been there. We’ve all been there.

Making matters worse is the “advice” you’ll usually get.
“Just stick with it and you’ll eventually succeed.”
“Don’t worry. Something else will come along.”


Sticking it out and doing the same thing repeatedly just leads to more failure. Wait for something else to come along and you’ll be old and decrepit by the time that something else comes along—if it ever does come along. However, there is a surefire way to turn any failure into a success in every area of your life. And it’s easier than you think!


The first thing to overcome failure is to think different about failure. And the first key is understanding this simple truth: You only fail if you give up.

Look at a baby learning to walk. The child falls down repeatedly. But the baby gets up with an adult’s help and eventually with the help of objects such as tables and chairs. If the baby simply repeated what it was doing, it might take years to learn to walk or maybe the baby would never walk at all.

But that baby is not simply sticking with the same thing that resulted in falling. The infant is getting guidance and support from outside sources. The second key, therefore, is this: Get an objective opinion.

Maybe you can do this yourself. If you can get a bit of distance from your “failure” perhaps you can see what you did that resulted in failure. Perhaps you need a mentor to hold your hand and give you guidance.

(And don’t forget to let go—as Faith ext. 9608 says, “Letting go brings you into balance aligning you with your true self. It is the most natural experience on earth to let go of what is hurting you. Letting go frees your mind of the attachment, thereby filling you with peace.”)


If you’re unwilling to fail, it means you are unwillling to take chances and move ahead. Edison tried over 1,000 different substances to make a filament for an electric lightbulb before he succeeded. That was 1,000 failures. But he learned from each failure, turning those “failures” into learning experiences that resulted in eventual success. Key three, then, is that repetition of failure only leads to more failure. Learning from each experience leads to success.


Failures are only failures if you allow them to stop you or if you keep repeating them. The fourth and ultimate key to success is simple: There is no failure, only feedback.

Any time you don’t reach your goals you have not failed unless you stop or repeat what you’re doing. Understand that each time you don’t achieve your goal there is a reason for it. Successful people look for data in what they did that didn’t succeed, process that feedback, and move on toward success.

Your money making scheme didn’t work. Why? What can you learn from it? Do you need more external information? Do you need a mentor? Where will you go from here?

The “love of your life” just broke up with you. Why were you attracted to that type of person? What did you do that made such a person want to break it off? Do you need to change something about yourself to attract and keep the type of person you desire? Do you need to look for a different type of person? Is there someone you can discuss this with?  (“Like with all things, it has to start with us, but a heart is not forever broken, unless we allow it to be.” – Lacy ext. 5494)

If you don’t succeed it’s just a step toward success. Remember, it’s not failure unless you stop or just repeat what resulted in your lack of success. Start thinking along the lines that there is no failure, only feedback. What feedback did you get from the last time you didn’t succeed? Perhaps you need to let a psychic help you understand the feedback and never be a failure again!

Donald Michael Kraig graduated from UCLA with a degree in philosophy, and has become a certified hypnotherapist and Master NLP practitioner. His book, Modern Magick, is the most popular step-by-step course in real magick ever published.

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7 thoughts on “Success from Failure

  1. smileyvta

    I have been with a man for 14 years and like the lady above, he has not been faithful at all for all of these years and why i stay I ask myself daily. I do love the man or I wouldnt stay with him but one week ago he packed his cothes and moved out, he left everything else and just took his clothes, we where actully doing very well and we havent got along that good in a very long time and then all of a sudden he was gone, i still dont understand, i dont know if he is doing this on pourpose or if he is serious, but again im asking my self why are you worried about a man like this, a man who makes you cry, cheats, and just treats me terrible and I am not a ugly person inside or out. I dont know what to do, lots will say let him go but i am the type when you love a man you stick by him threw thick and thin. write or wrong. Thanks Smileyvta

  2. kylash

    thks a lot,I never drive a semi-truck before, I have been failed my road test 3 times,I will never give up,I will keep trying until I succeed…

  3. hazel smith

    very good article…i need help……i have fallen in love with a man, that was not faithful, he finally walked out on our relationship…the problem is i have felt this way about any one else. we are good together in fact we are GREAT…he seem to have enjoy me as much as i him… his money is low…..very low and he seems to feel that i should help him….i love him …but i am no fool we have not been together that very long and he had these problems when i met him. this may not make sense to say i love him and not willing togive him money but my plate is full and i am not sure he CARES for me the same…so many women are used.. am i making sense…and how can we get back together i miss him and although he is not perfect he feel he is for me, i am not perfect….but i have never enjoy anyone like i do him, oh by the way i am 64 years old and have done and seen a few things.

  4. LUCY

    I love the way you wrote this article: Brilliantly put with great quotes from the psychics you refered to. And, I agree that your book is a great tool for everyone. In order to really succeed we must understand failure along the way. It keeps us humble, aware and wakes up our inner “tools of knowledge” for further achievements.

  5. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Daring to think different and ” outside of the box ” is key…….good points in this article that apply to life in general.


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