What answers are you seeking? What questions are required to elicit them? How do need to phrase the questions necessary to get to the answers? What are you seeking? How are you looking? What questions are you asking? How might your questions be restated to deliver the answers you are after? What is standing between you and just right all over? Wendell Johnson said, "There is no failure in nature." Failure is our invention. We have aspirations that our efforts to achieve them do not realize and we think we are failures. Johnson said if our expectations are unreasonably high, or unrealistic, or unclear they are going to be unachievable and destined to fail. Trying harder without changing what we are doing will result in similar results, producing over time the highly predictable, "Who cares? What's the use? Why try?" song of the forlorn loser. Which lends itself to a propensity for slow burning seething rage toward any person, place or thing deemed to be blame-worthy, and a victim mentality that feeds on any available excuse for not doing better with their opportunities-- and the refusal to make anything of any opportunity, and creating enemies out of the most available population. All because we failed to understand failure as being unclear about what needs to be done in the beginning. What needs to be done? What questions will get to the heart of the matter? Do not do anything until you know the best answers to both of these questions.