You must first master the art of normalizing failure if you want to succeed at developing new habits. Often, you will stumble rather than immediately conquer a new skill or conquest. You must learn to accept failure since your thoughts naturally direct you away from that possibility. People are harsh on themselves or extremely demotivated when they do not achieve their intended results. But refusing to try because you are afraid to start will not advance your development.
Many worries are motivated by a fear of failure, sometimes known as a concern for making a mistake or doing poorly. By accepting failure in the same way you expect to succeed, you will be able to reduce some of your worry and anxiety. It is only natural to feel uneasy at first when you begin normalizing failure, no matter how intelligent or skilled you are. In this vlog, Simon Sinek discusses the importance of normalizing failure.