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“You have to step out to find out,” -Joyce Meyer
This quote means without trying you will never know where, when, or how you will succeed.
If you have what your brain tells you is a great idea, but you dip your toes in the water and get burned, that idea probably was not destiny. I'm not saying there will not be any adversity, because there definitely will be, but if you run into hot spring after hot spring, it may be time to consider another option.
The thing is, it's in those rejections and corrections, and it's in the perseverance and persecution that we truly learn what we are made of inside. It's in how we handle opposition. It's in how we handle failure. It's in how we manage our hope that really matters.
How many times did it take Edison to create the light bulb? How many attempts did Ford make to develop a running vehicle? How much do you believe in yourself? How much do you believe in what you are creating?
In essence, the lessons we learn as a result of failure are extremely valuable because they show us what does not work. Same in a relationship. If we meet someone we like, but they exhibit xyz behavior from the get-go, we will learn with time we should have listened to our hearts. We let them go, and take that knowledge with us through life as something we do not want.
As we make mistakes, we grow in our knowledge of ourselves; equally, as we succeed, we hone in on our talents and learn to harness those assets and train in those areas.