The question isn’t whether you will fail – everyone fails at something. The question is what you do after you fail.
Here’s a wonderful short video showing why failure is rarely permanent. Michal Marosi was racing in a mountain bike race. He was in the lead and made a risky move on an aerial descent that got him into trouble. He could have easily stopped racing. Instead, despite the big setback, Michal got back on his bike and executed an absolutely incredible passing move that was even more risky than the one that caused him to fall.
It’s a great reminder that failure is rarely permanent. Your attitude can turn even catastrophic failure into success.