Which is worse, failing or never trying?

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that never trying is far, far worse then failing. –
This question really hits on one of my core personal beliefs…and I truly believe SO MANY people miss out on creating and living the very best lives they themselves could envision – because by not trying they never gave that life a chance at becoming reality. And that, in my heartfelt opinion, in one of life’s greatest tragedies. –
Failure is, unfortunately, a required component of living a truly fulfilling, happy, successful, meaningful life. I know that failure is a HUGE fear for most people. And I will put down my “Entrepreneurial Armor” I wear everyday and say it – I know I’m very self-assured and confident, but it doesn’t matter how self-confident you are – the truth is failure is indeed a frightening thought to us all. I’ve put everything on the line several times, and it is quite amazing, the fear of failure, how powerful a deterrent it can be to taking action and pursuing any large-scale ambition or dream in life that’s worth pursuing – be it going after your dream job, starting the business you’ve envisioned for years, pursuing or committing to the one person you love most, etc. etc. And to be extremely honest, depending on how big a risk you’ve taken, and how big the failure…it can be very traumatic when you fail.

But for me what is absolutely terrifying is living a life full of “what if’s” – a life unfulfilled because by fearing failure, I never gave my ambitions, my hopes and my dreams in life even a chance to be my reality.

What is an Anxiety Disorder?


▶️Everyone feels anxious now and then. It’s a normal emotion. For example, you may feel nervous when faced with a problem at work, before taking a test, or before making an important decision.
▶️Anxiety disorders are different, though. They are a group of mental illnesses, and the distress they cause can keep you from carrying on with your life normally.
▶️For people who have one, worry and fear are constant and overwhelming, and can be disabling. But with treatment, many people can manage those feelings and get back to a fulfilling life.


All anxiety disorders share some general symptoms:

1.Panic, fear, and uneasiness
Sleep problems
2.Not being able to stay calm and still
3.Cold, sweaty, numb or tingling hands or feet
4.Shortness of breath
5.Heart palpitations
6.Dry mouth
8.Tense muscles

These tips may help you control or lessen your symptoms:
▶️Cut down on foods and drinks that have caffeine, such as coffee, tea, cola, energy drinks, and chocolate. Caffeine is a mood-altering drug, and it may make symptoms of anxiety disorders worse.
▶️Eat right, exercise, and get better sleep. Brisk aerobic exercises like jogging and biking help release brain chemicals that cut stress and improve your mood.
▶️Sleep problems and anxiety disorder often go hand in hand. Make getting good rest a priority. Follow a relaxing bedtime routine. Talk to your doctor if you still have trouble sleeping.

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Being a massive pile of muscle is not so attractive as it once was.. and now if your under 80kg and in pretty decent shape, most people will just say your skinny 😅..

Lean Bulking is the ideal Adonis condition to be in.. this includes:

📌Competitive Swimmer/Sprinter type physique and condition.
📌Over all full body aesthetics. 📌Proportion and Size.
📌Full rounded muscles.


– Anyone You Deem Successful Is Just Dealing With And Overcoming Obstacles Better Than You – Everything worth achieving in life takes work, desire, dedication and consistency and that doesn’t change no matter who you are. Every journey has endless and relentless obstacles and challenges. Again there’s no differey for anyone. So quit thinking luck and chance are big reasons for success. Luck is just opportunity meeting preparation!!