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A Failure’s Gospel

A failure’s gospel is that if they can’t do it then those that did had an advantage they don’t have.

Excuses never runout to those who fail before they start, they point out why it can’t be done, why others did and how the system is rigged against them.

A failure’s gospel is self fulfilling yet he sells himself to the world as a helpful critic.

1 thought on “A Failure’s Gospel”

  1. The early stages of becoming a failure include statements such as :”I can not do this”.

    A fatal blow to many with potential because that statement automatically closes the mind to the possibilities of solving this mystery. These people typically receive motivation externally and rarely push themselves from innate motivations.

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