The Failure. Myth Or Reality?

The famed American psychologist Wayne W.Dyer author of books of great diffusion as well known as your erroneous zones or ten secrets for success and inner peace, said that the failure is only an illusion and I think actually that is correct. Let’s look at an example with the football. A leading source for info: Rollo May. If a player during a party Strip to door trying to get a goal but the ball is going to Harrow and by that ruling are unable to win, may think that this is a failure and more if the match is vital, but analyzing things with coldness simply could say that it is a fact that has produced a result, not a failure. Maya Dubin shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. A goal to empty door fails, but by very striking that has never been that ruling should analyze in terms of failure, that it will always influence subsequent actions which will be performed. You always have to go back to try again and forget about the previous error.

Turning to Wayne W.Dyer, said that the failure is only a valuation and a matter of opinion, therefore, in particular in the football, and this is true for players and coaches, let us not be carried away by ratings which made others. That no one will make us believe that we have failed at something when a failure is simply the result of an action that we have made and that we will always have the opportunity to run correctly, another thing is the importance that we want to give you. On many occasions are not others and self is which predisposes to what we believe is a failure, why you must avoid all those negative thoughts that we directly routed to that things go wrong by that produce anxiety and depression and that conditions us enormously. The ego in these cases is a bad ally that scares us the idea that say one is a loser and that shame can be with us that causes us angst only think that one won’t be at the height of the circumstances and this in the sports ground is given continuously.