For most people, failure has become a way of life. Failure is a hard habit to break; after all, our social conditioning has given us low expectations.
But in order to get rich, we have to accept that success is basically no more difficult than failure.
It’s simply a different kind of mental programming, and one which our subconscious mind sees no reason to object to, since it views work and effort as both one and the same thing.
Reflect on this for a minute. Doesn’t failure involve a highly complex combination of circumstances?
Consider what it takes to misfire every time you attempt to do something, to miss out on perfect opportunities, to go out of your way to avoid meeting the people who can help you climb the ladder of success, to consider every single idea you get useless when it could actually lead to something worthwhile, and to repeatedly go through the motions that lead to defeat.
You have to agree that it is quite an achievement to fail, and yet the subconscious mind sees no difficulty in accepting defeat as natural.