An interesting reframe and maybe it’s true. Just the possibility of truth is worth considering.
Rather than making failure the default condition and putting the responsibility on your action to succeed, this statement flips that. Success if the default and if you’re not achieving it, it’s not because you’re not doing enough. It’s because you’re getting in the way of your own success.
The logical next step is not “I need to do more to be successful!!” It’s, “what am I doing that’s getting in the way of my success?”
This frame leads to addition by subtraction. Removing the negative to clear the path for your natural success to thrive.
I’d say it’s worth considering.