Embrace The Process IV
Take a journey with Joseph and hear of all the amazing dreams he had while in his father’s house and you’d surely be excited. However, if you haven’t vacated the house yet and suck with Joseph, you’d probably see him in the pit, then the house of Potiphar as a slave, and then, if you are like the one disciple who didn’t back out but followed Jesus to the cross, you’d still see things go awry with Joseph being dumped in prison. It is not like the dream; he doesn’t look like a vision.
Here’s my point; a lot of times, people feel that failure results from a lack of vision, preparation, persistence, hard work, and so on, and they are most times right, but I’m here to challenge the almost minute remnants who have the above and yet are failing.
The reality remains that we must understand and see failure as a part of the process. That even while walking on the right part, we might stumble, fall, faint, get cheated, falsely accused, and all these are to the consummation of our success.
Like Churchill puts it, “Success is not final, Failure is not fatal, it is the willing to move on that matters.”
To conclude, failure might look like the absence of success, however, failure is also not a means to an end, and an opportunity to learn. Everybody fails in their lives. What matters most is moving forward and never giving up on the success. It will happen soon enough despite failure… Embrace the Process!