FAILURE VS FEEDBACK
I came across this quote recently and I thought it would be a good follow up to the post I wrote a couple weeks ago.
“There is no such thing as failure, only results. These can be used as feedback, helpful corrections, a splendid opportunity to learn something you had not noticed. Failure is just a way of describing a result you did not want. You can use the results you get to redirect your efforts. Feedback keeps the goal in view. Failure is a dead end.”
I think that this quote is very thought provoking. As outlined in the post linked above we need to simply view failure as one idea or method that did not work, not the end of the road.
Try your best and live with the result. You can always reassess and try something a little different next time if you did not get the result you wanted.
30sec row @100%
10min pace row
score is total distance