You Are Valuable Even When You Fail

by Paul Castain on December 13, 2012

There’s something you need to know about me and you don’t have to like it . . .

My heart has ultimate editorial power on my blog so if something moves me, and strikes me emotionally I’m going to write about it.

Failure is an unfortunate part of life (it’s actually a really cool part of life when you receive an education from your failure)

Somewhere in your failure a horrible emotion might creep in.

Its the one where you feel useless, invaluable or a loser like I did when my world collapsed back in 1995.

Earmuffs folks . . . An unedited curse coming at cha in 3,2,1 . . .

BULLSHIT!

You are valuable . . . even when you fail!

We are all valuable and have a purpose.

Failure does not remove our worthiness of success!

Failure does not remove the fact that we are loved and mean something to someone.

Oftentimes our road to success is weighed down by carrying unnecessary stuff.

Today you are cordially invited to lighten your load and give yourself a break.

You are valuable and your work isn’t done.

Oh, and if by chance I just preached to the choir . . .

Go remind someone in your life that they matter to you!

Peace!

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  • http://twitter.com/TaxConsulting Derek Hoffman

    Great post Paul! Well said.

  • http://yoursalesplaybook.com paulcastain

    My pleasure Derek.

    Cheers buddy!

  • http://www.mglitho.com/ Carole Maclean

    Mr. Castain, I could not agree more!! In fact, I believe failure is a critical part of all personal and professional growth. It can be difficult to get through it, but… we have to remember, life is a series of ups and downs, and one never stays up or down

  • http://www.ArtfullyPersuasive.com/ Mazen Alzogbi

    Thank you, for the reminder.

  • http://yoursalesplaybook.com paulcastain

    Thank you Mazen!

    Happy holidays!

  • Jerome Jimenez

    Wow this is just what I needed. You really know how to hit the nail on the head Uncle Paul!

  • http://yoursalesplaybook.com paulcastain

    Thank you Jerome!

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