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A failure is a lesson learned.

J.K. Rowling, the English author who became famous with her Harry Potter book series, said:

 “It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default.”

This leads us to think about the importance of failing, because this means that you are daring to do something, and as much as a failure hurts, it’s an important part of life, it means you are living, that you are learning, that you are trying to do something, it means that you dare, you act, that you not only dream but that you do something about it.    

Personally, I have failed many times and they haven’t necessarily been small failures, some have been big and have hurt more than even I realized at the time.  I am talking about personal, professional, financial and even failures regarding my health, but all these failures have taught me something, from not repeating them...

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Set small goals in order to achieve your big dreams

focus goals planning Jan 14, 2019

You’ve probably always heard that you have to set goals in life, but not everyone knows how important this is. Most of the people that have been successful in their lives became so because they set goals and made the effort to reach them. Many dream with having more success in their personal or professional lives, but only a few take on the task of thinking of realistic dreams and then finding ways to make them happen.

Goals help us define exactly what we want to reach and thus help us create a plan to reach those objectives, when we set a goal we convert it into something tangible, it’s not just a dream any more. It is important to have measurable goals and to constantly evaluate them to have a better chance of reaching them, in addition, this offers you the possibility of tracking your progress and keeping you motivated.


It’s important to highlight that the goals we set must have a degree of difficulty that requires effort, but that at the same time are reachable...

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