We need to stop thinking of ourselves as failures when a goal is not met. For example, you were supposed to walk 2 miles today, but you only got half a mile in – you may instantly think, “I am such a failure.” Instead, think – “I still got up and moved. I am better than I was before I started.”
When you change your mindset, your small setbacks won’t last long and you will be able to continue your journey faster. Know that “failing” can happen to anyone. It’s when you get right back up and do it again that matters.