The important thing is not the result,
“Okuno-kun, don’t just pick yourself up. Grab something, like a stone or anything, and get up,” were the words of my former college teacher. At the time, I didn’t really feel much about those words, but since becoming a member of society, I came to realize their meaning. The probability of success when trying something is much lower than the probability of failure. The probability of failure is overwhelmingly higher, but it is out of the question to give up there, and when trying again, it is important to properly analyze the factors as to why you failed the time before. Even within the company, cause analysis and reporting are thorough, and we ask them to think more about why things didn’t go well and what to do next, rather than think about the thing that didn’t go well. By doing so, I think that the probability of success will naturally increase.
but knowing the factors and moving on to the next.