Forget Failure, You Should Fear the Wrong Kind of Success

“Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things in life that don’t really  matter.”  Francis Chan

Every waking moment, we are bombarded with opportunities and choices, some potentially good, many terribly bad.  Even the “good” things can be twisted and turned into unhealthy outcomes.  Success, as defined by so many, is anything but.

The world is full of “successful”, but broken people.  Will you be one of them?

At the end of your life, will the things at which you succeeded really matter?  Or will you find you’ve master meaningless skills that produced meaningless outcomes?

Pursue life to the fullest.  Don’t be afraid to fail, so long as your failure is in pursuit of something meaningful.

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