<p>I am supposed to explain why it is or isn't true that failure leads to success.
Please let me know if i'm not clear or if i'm repetitive. Any comment is appreciated. </p>
<p>When learning a skill, whether it is in academics, art, or life, failure can often lead to success. My experience in both educating and learning has taught me that failure is a necessary step to excellence. When someone fails or simply does not do as well as they would have hoped they can take that experience and learn from it. Why did that happen? What must I change to prevent it from happening again?</p>
<p>As a musician, I have failed many times before achieving a certain goal and each time for different reasons. Ive learned to teach myself and others because of those failures, and it most definitely made me a better violinist. Failure can also boost drive and determination. When mistakes are made it makes one more resolute on getting it correct, and that person will go to any length to accomplish it!
In all my auditions that I have had there has been a mistake if not many. I made mental notes to fix those problems and practice the sections vehemently until I mastered the skills. Trial and error its how we learn.</p>