The downward spiral syndrome.

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"People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy."- Tony Robbins.


Don't become a prophetically doomed failure magnate by getting so fast on a downward spiral because you failed once. Everyone fails so don't make it a big deal.
When you fail, you should create for yourself a mental picture of what it would have been like had you won and the stick with it.


Create momentum in every sphere of your life not minding whether you fail or win because you will get either of them and if you pursue it so much to the fore, you will certainly get the result that is positive.

Success breeds success and the more you succeed the more you tune yourself into making more moves to get the results you first got and better.
Life is a continuation of what has been and what we want to be. When we win, we seek wins but when we fail, we automatically get phased into a worry phase that, makes us think less of ourselves because we don't know how to make the best of a bad situation.

People who succeed have momentum and if you want to make it in life, you must learn to keep your momentum in the game no matter the outcome of the result.

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Rightly said, everyone in life needs a momentum that will propel them toward winning. Failure doesn't mean defeat, sometimes it's a stepping stone if we view it in a different perspective.

The joy behind winning, makes a person wants to win over again , but failure imprint some negative thoughts, only until we have momentum just as you've said, a person can not win again, or rise up from failure and becomes a victor

Thank you for your comment.
Failure truly isn't the end of the world if the man who failed can just see the lessons to be learnt, he will definitely have a better shot for the next run.

The strongest man is not he who has the biggest muscles of wins, but he who picks himself up every time he falls despite the pain and shame he may feel.

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