Failure Will Make You Stronger
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts," stated by Winston Churchill, who was the British politician and statesman. Every successful man in the world fails at some time. There is no one in the world guarantees to success. Most people usually face failure at some point before they reach the successful stage, but it is more important to remember to have the courage to face our mistakes. From the article, "The Right to Fail," written by William Zinsser, he believed that people has the right to take risks and chances. He talked about there's nothing wrong with failure, but most of the people consider that making mistakes is a bad thing, that making mistakes is like the end of the world. I agree with William Zinsser's point that people have the right to fail, but always need to remember to learn from the mistake we made. It will only make you stronger.
What is failure? The dictionary defines failure as an instance of proving unsuccessful. I wouldn't say that failure is an act of unsuccessful, because I believe success starts with failure. Personally I think failure is the feeling when you have the hard time to achieve a goal. People in general have experienced failure of their lives, but failure can also encourages us to look for the other ways that we can overcome the mistakes. In "The Right to Fail," William Zinsser didn't believe that people who drop out of school are considered failure of life. In order to become successful, sometimes we need to fail couple times to learn new things and to find out what our weaknesses are.
Do you know Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg have something in common? They were both dropped out some time in their lives, but now they are both well known successful businessman. So what did they learned from their drop out? "The Harvard Crimson called him "Harvard's most successful dropout" — the rest of the world just calls him ridiculously rich." Bill Gates...