You can always control results however you can never control them.
Because you can control how to learn to deal with failure. Someone who fails a lot is way more successful than someone who has hardly experienced any failure.
Failure is inevitable, if you know someone who never failed, they
probably definitely never tried a thing.
When you achieve success (which you inevitably will) after navigating from failure to failure, you will have achieved something bigger: the resilience to keep moving when the game went south. No success could ever make you that much stronger.
Results? Some time down the line all goals and targets are going to be met.
What you become during working for them defines how maturely and strongly you have developed your character.