5. Means You Took a Risk
Speaking of risks, if you didn’t take any you might not fail, but you also would never truly succeed. You might find yourself living a mediocre existence, producing average work and nothing more. Taking risks is a crucial part of finding ultimate success, and failure is proof that you tried and you’re on your way.
6. It’s Humbling
One of the fringe benefits of failure is that it puts things into perspective, especially if you are accustomed to winning. The loss may come as a shock to your system, and it will make you realize that you’re not perfect and that’s okay. You messed up, we all do, and now you have the opportunity to become better not in spite of, but because of your failed attempt.