Did your rituals have a time limit on them? If not, maybe it’s best to think of them not as failures but as slow-burning. Tuck them away in the back of your mind; they might come to fruition when you least expect it. The only 100% guaranteed “failures” I’ve had in magic are those rituals where I asked for something in an extremely tight timeframe.
Break down a goal into several smaller goals. Cast rituals for each small goal, so that everything coalesces into one outcome. If you have found a system or pantheon which works, stick with it and explore it.
Also, consider casting multiple rituals:
- For outcomes which are certain,
- For outcomes which are likely,
- For outcomes which are unlikely,
- For outcomes which are improbable.
Paint in broad strokes and then fill in the details.
Also, the Gallery of Magick writes some insightful blog posts, and there are a few in there you might find useful: https://galleryofmagick.com/magick-blog-posts/
Generally because those results are easier to measure. Like waking up one day and realising you’ve been sleeping well for two weeks and there’s no insomnia in sight. It mightn’t be that you aren’t getting “tangible” results at all; more that it’s difficult to measure things like your influence over another person. And you never know what’s happening behind the scenes, which is why you shouldn’t necessarily write off rituals you’ve performed. Like, maybe four months ago, if you’d asked me about the outcome of a certain ritual, I’d have said it was a complete failure… because it took six months to start bearing fruit.