The person out there doing things imperfectly is always making more progress (and money) than the person sitting at home waiting for things to be perfect. – Evie Burke
Things don’t always go the way we expect. Waiting for something to be perfect won’t change that.
Failure only means that we tried something and it didn’t work out the way we expected.
And that’s okay.
I’ll leave you with a quote I’ve shared before:
Be bad at things.
Go out on a limb or two or twelve, and you will fall and it’ll hurt. But the harder you fall, the farther you will rise. The louder you fall, the clearer your future becomes. Failure is a gift, welcome it.
There are people who spend their whole lives wondering how they became the people they became, how certain chances passed them by, why they didn’t take the road less traveled.
Those people aren’t you.
You have front row seats to your own transformation, and in transforming yourself, you might even transform the world. And it will be electric, and I promise you it will be terrifying.
Embrace that; embrace the new person you’re becoming.
This is your moment.
I promise you, it is now, now, not two minutes from now, not tomorrow, but really now. Own that; know that deep in your bones. And go to sleep every night knowing that, wake up every morning remembering that.
And then… keep going.
– Unknown (emphasis added)
2 thoughts on “Perfection and Failure”
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this Evie! So glad to have such a supportive, nurturing and right on message 🙂
Thanks Michelle! I’m glad that it spoke to you.
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