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Two Things You Need To Know

And once you know them, success is inevitable


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When we know, the proof will show in our actions.-Henery X

Two Things You Need To Know


2024, Henery X


I’m just going to get right to the point of this offering.


The first thing you need to know is there is no such thing as a mistake. The second thing you need to know is true failure is when we stop attempting to succeed. Everything else is just options not meant to produce the desired results.


Mistake


My definition of a mistake is something we didn’t intend to do. But most everything we have done we intended on doing or we would not have done it. We regard these experiences as mistakes because they didn’t produce the desired result. But this is not what defines a mistake. Again, a mistake is something we didn’t intend to do. 


Once we get honest with ourselves, we’ll be on the road to living our best life. Once we stop accepting things at face value or because they are popular, we’ll be on the road to living our best life. We don’t make mistakes; we create experiences so we’ll know what not to do in the not so distant future.


Failure


How can we fail if we never stop attempting to accomplish our goals? Failure is when we quit. We don’t fail because our plans don’t produce the desired result. It means that we need to either tweak our plan by taking something out, adding something to it, or just replace it with a new plan. See, there are certain people who want us to believe we’re failing, so we can stop believing in living our dreams. They want us to remain amid the masses, caught up in the delusion they so strategically put together to bamboozle us.


So, in closing. We don’t make mistakes because we intended to do what’s done because if not, we would not have done it. The intention makes mistakes a non-factor. And if we never stop attempting to accomplish our goals, how can we fail? Just because our plans don’t produce the desired results doesn’t mean we failed, it just means our plans weren’t right for those moments.


As always. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider. Belief should always be established by the receiver of information, and never by the person or people giving the information to the receiver. Never forfeit your right to make your own decisions.


A true leader helps to place others in a position to be successful, producing love and loyalty. Though it eventually falls on the individuals to determine the outcome, it’s being thought of so unselfishly that’ll establish gratitude.-Henery X

Peace, Love, and the utmost Respect.


Your brother and servant,


Henery X




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