If you never fail, are you really trying?
Failure is an essential part of the learning process. It means you’re trying new things and that you want to be better. Rarely do people get everything right on the first try. Usually, it takes a lot of practice.
When you fail, it’s not enough to say you’ll try harder next time. Instead, determine the root cause of the failure. Why did you fail? What went wrong? To get better, you must first understand. Blindly trying, again and again, is highly inefficient.
You need to change and improve your processes to avoid each particular failure you experience. In the future, you will still fail, but hopefully, due to a different cause.
Examine each failure closely. Were there any warning signs? Can you react to these warnings signs better in the future?