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Felicia Searcy
Felicia Searcy is an award winning transformational life coach, professional speaker, author and minister. Felicia's life is about empowering and inspiring you to live your dream life. Your dream is her passion! She is thrilled by the results that people experience as they learn and apply the system she shares – and she is passionate about helping you create the results you want to live your dream life!
Felicia Searcy | 4/22/15 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Felt like a failure?
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4/22/15 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Felt like a failure?

4/22/15 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Felt like a failure?

Think of the last time you did something that felt like a failure? What did you tell yourself? The conversation you have with yourself in those moments of apparent failures determines whether or not you give up or keep moving forward.

Here’s a new way to look at your perceived failures. It means that you attempted something new. It means that you were willing to be uncomfortable for the sake of growth. That apparent failure means that you were taking action steps toward something that was deeply important to you and if you look closely, there is a powerful, valuable lesson in every perceived failure.

As you frame the action in this way, you see that what you thought was a failure was actually a victory that put you one step closer to your dream. Celebrate you. As you do, you feel more confident and willing to get out there and do it again. With each attempt, you grow your effectiveness and competency which all lead to the success you desire.

What apparent failures can you transform into victories? What are your lessons in each attempt? Glean the good and keep moving forward.

Here’s to celebrating your failures,

Felicia

 

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