Most people think that successful people are very much fortunate and it’s their luck that matters, but this is not true. Success comes when true effort with determination works together. People only focus on the result and what has not worked to gain success, but no one pays any interest in the small steps that lead to achieving success. We must know that the path of success is always paved with hardship and failure.
Need to be Failed
Failure engulfs not only the mediocre people, but it has knocked into some of the renowned personality’ door also. The famous personas have shared their experiences and the lessons which they have gained from the hardship and failure in their life. They chose to move forward with a lot of determinations. Even if they failed again, they will rise and put their effort differently to make it right until it leads to achieving their goals. These personas have a positive and determined mindset which allowed them to keep faith in themselves and soon they will reach their desired goals.
People do not look into past times for a very long period as the past does not heal anything. By moving on, try to face new hurdles, working on new projects can generate curiosity in us. And curiosity leads to seeking new opportunities – is stated by the famous American animator, voice actor, and filmmaker Walter Elias Disney.
According to the famous American poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou, a person might confront many defeats, but they should not be defeated by any circumstances. People should have the courage to confront defeats so that they might get aware of their potential.
Responsibly of Parents to Help Children to Face the Failure
Therefore being a responsible parent it should be our main focus to raise the mentality in our kids to confront hardship and failure. Parents should raise their hands to their kids and make them feel easy to discuss any obstacles. By discussing problems always opens new doors, to begin with. Parents need to talk more and more with kids to get ready to face any challenges with ease. Go for it and give it a try always leads them to achieve their desired success. Here some clues that can be helpful in this matter-
1. Don’t Ignore The Small Failures:
It is always good to start with small things. Parents should guide their children not to ignore the small failures. This approach will raise adaptability and build a positive attitude towards coping the hardship and failures.
2. Stop Guarding Kids From Results:
Try not to stop children from having consequences. If a child missed doing their homework on time, try not to take their stand. Also, try not to defend them. Let them practice to face such upshots. This will build a control power to make their decisions and actions.
3. Learn From Failures:
Try to help kids to build the view of seeing the chance to grow, learn from hardship and failures. By discussing with them their thoughts and mistakes, various other opportunities can come out. Kids may enhance their mindset.
4. Activate Their Memory:
Parents should guide their kids by easing the unpleasant moment of failure. Kids should prepare to face the negative senses of hardship and failure. Parents should ready their kids to fight back and face the obstacles. This mindset enables kids not to quit easily in their hard times.
5. Praise Kid’s Efforts:
After completing every task it is essential to praise the kid’s effort. This acts as boosting their willpower in the right way. By saying proud of them, very happy with their effort is gives so much pleasure to them as well as kids will feel free to share their any mental situation. Kids will feel that they are in a zone where they can share any obstacles. But never make false praises, as it leads to rise unnecessary overconfidence.
Failure can be defined as a state that is due to a person’s lack of confidence or a person is unable to achieve his or her desired goal. It would not easy to accept failure. Sometimes it will nerve-shattering to a person. Just receive it as it is or handle it in your way, because it may put us into an unpleasant feeling. Even it may start developing frustration and extreme disappointment, which requires a lot of courage to get rid of that situation. This discussion will going to help you to guide your children to get rid of thinking much about failures.
Payel Das is a lovable mother of a sweet baby boy named ‘Aastik’. She is a pass out of the University of Calcutta with a post-graduation degree in History. She has been selected as the Cultural Secretary of the University during her educational period. At that time she fell into love with various types of writings which were frequently used to publish in students’ magazines and university wall magazines. Writing has gradually become her passion and now she is a full-time writer especially working as an Academic Writer and Scriptwriter.