Good Friday Morning, Friends! My Soul Intention: what would you do differently if you knew your failures would lead to success? Most of us have a tough time getting started with a new project. We aren’t sure where to begin, and being sure that we don’t want to fail, we procrastinate and usually end up not doing anything. In truth, no matter what you do, failing is part of the process. Modeling for your children that failure is not to be feared but rather taken in stride helps encourage them to try new things. The quickest way to success is to become familiar and comfortable with possible failures. When you view failures or setbacks as part of your goal, rather than fearing them, you see them as necessary stepping stones to your success.