Failure is inevitable, unavoidable but failure should never get the last word. You have to hold on to what you want. You have to not take no for an answer and take what’s coming to you. Never give in, never give up. Stand up. Stand up and take it.
—  Meredith Grey

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Look at the stars. You see them? You see how they shine? They shine in the darkness, and the darkness can’t defeat them. It doesn’t matter what happens, the stars will always shine. They’ll always be there. Their glow won’t fade out. They’ll always hang up there to guide us through the dark, to provide a direction when we’re lost. No matter what.
But sometimes stars fall. Sometimes they lose their place and come crashing down. But you know what a falling star is? A falling star is a shooting star. A shooting star may be falling, but it’s leaving beauty behind. A streak of light and loveliness. Just because it’s falling, it doesn’t mean that’s a bad thing.
I think people are the same way. God lets us shine. God placed us each specially in this world. And sometimes we fall. We fall in different ways—sometimes we fall by failing; sometimes we fall in love; sometimes we fall from our expectations. But when we fall, we leave behind beauty. We are falling stars.

Our work and home lives are complex, there is bound to be at least one area that is not going well at any given time. We have a tendency to become fixated on these troubled areas, because challenges resemble failures, and we fear failure more than death. Ah, but challenge is a prelude to accomplishment, and successes abound in the periphery if we would only pay attention to them.


For anyone who couldn’t listen to the premiere (or who wants to listen to it all day), here’s the official audio for Breaking Benjamin’s new single, Failure!

Preparing for a Job Interview?

Here are preparation strategies to ensure you’re at your best for your next interview:

1) Practice out loud, NOT in writing or in your head.

2) Prioritize examples, NOT answers to specific questions.

3) Prepare two lists of questions, NOT a one-size-fits-all.

4) Practice in performance conditions, NOT with friends.

5) Follow your game day strategy, NOT your everyday routine.

Get more job interview tips here.