Elizabeth Gilbert was once an “unpublished diner waitress,” devastated by rejection letters. And yet, in the wake of the success of ‘Eat, Pray, Love,’ she found herself identifying strongly with her former self. With beautiful insight, Gilbert reflects on why success can be as disorienting as failure and offers a simple — though hard — way to carry on, regardless of outcomes.

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  1. Very informative blog, I always love to read motivational blogs. Will keep you visiting regularly now. Thanks.

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  2. I totally agree that one of the main driving forces to keep on even after many failures is that you love what you do. So many writers spend years, like you mentioned in your video trying to get their work published. Focus and knowing why you want that end goal is also a vital component of success.

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  3. Elizabeth Gilbert is really good at inspiring others – she has a certain humour and comes across as authentic and friendly. People can relate to her very well, I believe. In any case, the message is really important: don’t let failure crush you! Keep on creating, don’t focus on success or failure, but give in to the drive and create! It’s really important to concentrate on the creative process, not on the outcome. And you can start from anywhere. Including where you are set right now.

    Thank you very much for sharing this! It’s a very good find and I can recommend it.

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  4. Very inspiring. Failure is not an end it is just path to success.

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  5. Failure is not fatal but its the courage to continue that counts.Try again and again but never fail to try again.Be better, every time you fail in life you will gain knowledge about plan that wont work in life.Tell yourself that you deserve better that life has to offer. Experience the fear of taking decisions that are true to yourself.

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