Don’t be fooled by second chances; there’s no guarantee that your second attempt will be any more fruitful than your first.
For one, you might have grown complacent; you think you know what to expect, but are you really more prepared than the first time around? That depends on how well you’ve learned.
Our focus should not be on success. It should be on how we could have prevented our last failure.
Failure is to be embraced, not overcome.
How might your last failure inform your next attempt?