Beckett believes that there is no correct way to accomplish anything in life. He tries to tell his audience that will success comes failure and it is inevitable to endure it. There is no specific route that someone must take to be successful but no matter what they do by achieving progress they will have to go through failures first.
The simplistic form that is given by “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” is a way to show in a basic way that there is no special trick, format or fashion that life has to follow. There is just simply a straight short explanation for the reason for failure and the benefits of it. Using the “.” instead of a “?” or “!” shows again the simplicity of the situation and how there is no question or doubt. It simply is what it is. And there is no “!” because there is nothing outrageous occurring it is just life.