Episode 50: How to Deal with Failures in Life, Our Myopic Life View & Counting Successes To Help Our Journey

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Our society is good at magnifying other’s success and over magnifying our failures, leading us to believe we are a failure by nature.

Sagar and Charchil talk about a listener’s question on how we can deal with constant failures in life and how each obstacle or failure can act as a stepping stone.

They talk about how to face the fear of failure, understand the reason behind seeking success and the importance of stepping back at times to find the right perspective.

Finally, they talk about the importance of enjoying the journey whether you win or fail, learning from people and idols who have been through a similar journey and how failure acts as a learning opportunity.

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Sagar MehtaSagar Mehta is the author of Don’t Call Her Crazy, and co-founder of a software company. Sagar writes about personal growth and mental health, and is a devoted hobbyist of subjects such as psychology, self-improvement, music and movies. He can usually be found at local karaokes.

Charchil GugaliaCharchil Gugalia is the author of It’s Me Time and co-founder of a software company. Charchil loves to talk about personal growth and success, and is a devoted hobbyist of subjects such as meditation, self-improvement, spas and travel. He can usually be found at the local gym, lifting weights.

 

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Episode 50