What does that mean?
The apartment or house you live in had a designer. He or she didn’t probably wasn’t great at designing when starting out, but continued.
Your friend has become a good dancer, but once had two left feet.
Your boss at work is effective at delegating, but had to learn how to it.
You might have messed up a speech or an interview. You might have stuttered a quite a lot.
But why does it have to be a failure?
Does considering it a failure help you?
No it doesn’t.
Treat every experience no matter how ‘good’ or ‘bad’ as feedback.
Take the lesson to be learnt and try again.
There is no such thing as failure.