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5 Breakthrough Failures To Live By For A Better Life Today

Stop suffering today and get your life back tomorrow.

When you hear Tony Robbins, you would think CEO Guru, entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist and the nation’s #1 Life and Business Strategist with over 40 years of success.

However, It wasn’t all joy and glory for this friendly giant. In fact, Tony Robbins is a walking example of all walks of failures from staying in an unfulfilling marriage with his ex-wife for 14 years, to being left with a $150 Million bill by an ex-business partner. It is clear that Tony is proof that his breakthrough from his failures into success and well being was not inherited through magic or miracles.

Heard the saying “the more you fail, the more you learn? And the more you learn, the more you earn?” Let me share some of these breakthroughs messages with you made by some of the best “failures” in our society today.

1. Fail But Don’t Be A Failure

“People fear failure. They don’t like the feeling of knowing that they tried something and didn’t succeed. Failure is deceiving; it’s a good thing! You want to and should fail — it’s the learning process! When I fail, I immediately look back at what happened and figure out how to correct my mistakes and approach my next interaction with that intact.
Failure is an investment and not giving things a chance is the worst that can happen. Show up, attempt the sale, accept the “No” approach differently and persist!”

– Grant Cardone, Cardone Capital, 10x

2. Never Be Afraid To Fail

“I’ve learned 100x more from failing than I ever did from winning. I never thought when I was 21-22 years old I could turn $20,000 into a product that would be sold in stores around the world. Some of my biggest highs were during this time and some of my biggest lows. At the time, I hadn’t realized that my failures had given me so much hands-on experience that it made me damn near a business expert. People from all over started paying me for product help and consulting. I went on to place dozens of other products in every major store in the country. Never forget that everything happens for a reason! I love seeing memories like these because it reminds me of how far I’ve come.”

– Gallant Dill, Serial Award Winning Entrepreneur, Gallant Dill Mentoring


3. Take Every Shot


“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. Twenty-six times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”


– Michael Jordan, Professional Athelete, Entrepreneur, NBA

4. Live With Gratitude

“All the tragedy, all the mistakes, all the headaches, all the hardships, you might not like it, you would probably hate it but you will look back and that would be the greatest thing that ever happened to you. All depends on how you interpret it.”

           -Dan Lok, Entrepreneur,  THE KING OF HIGH-TICKET SALES™

5. Purpose

“Purpose is that feeling that you are a part of something bigger than yourself. Purpose is what ceates true happiness. JK Rowling got rejected 12 times before she finally wrote and published Harry Potter. Even Beyonce had to make hundreds of songs to get Halo. The greatest successes come from having the freedom to fail. Ideas don’t come out fully formed, they only become clearer as you work on them. You just have to get started.”

-Mark Zuckerberg, Co-founder of Facebook

-Published on September 3, 2018

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