How to Learn From Both Success and Failure

The following are some interesting essays which will give you ideas on how to learn from both success and failure:

How To Learn From Failure (and Succeed)

Successful People Are More Likely To Be Lazy And Not Want Anything New For A Long Time…

Why Do Some People Get Rich Quickly?

Because They Have A Lot Of Money To Spend On Stuff That Doesn’t Matter At All!

But Why Does Anyone Think Success Is Easy?

What Makes Someone Successful?

How To Learn From Success

“You don’t have to succeed at everything. You just have to try.” ~Steve Jobs

“It’s not what happens but how you react when things don’t go your way that counts.” ~Bruce Lee

“I’ve learned that the most important thing I can do with my life right now is to enjoy every moment because it seems like I’m living in the past right now!” ~Freddie Jackson

“There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are messages sent to you to help you learn and grow so you can reach the ultimate goal: Your full potential.” ~Bryant H. McGill

“Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ’em.” ~William Shakespeare

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”

Sources & references used in this article:

Learned helplessness and learned resourcefulness: Effects of noncontingent success and failure on individuals differing in self-control skills. by M Rosenbaum, K Ben-Ari – Journal of Personality and Social …, 1985 –

How organizations learn from success and failure by WH Starbuck, B Hedberg – 2001 –

Sex differences in attributions and learned helplessness by JE Parsons, JL Meece, TF Adler, CM Kaczala – Sex Roles, 1982 – Springer