Addressing YOUR Occasional Failure
I’ve been reviewing some audio CD’s lately while driving long distances to speaking events.
Several made very usable points worth writing down.
Here’s a great principle from a Success Magazine CD.
There are four important questions to ask yourself when evaluating your occasional failure.
1. What is actually good about this failure?
2. How can I use this failure in the next 24 to 48 hours to learn something new?
3. Are there one or two gifts that I will receive in the future because of this failure?
4. What strategy can I implement to make sure this never happens again?
Now………….pause and read those one more time.
Life wouldn’t be life without experiencing failure and you already know many of the cliché’ quotes about picking yourself back up.
It is true though that we can actually learn and grow from the experience.
If………we make it a priority and a proactive choice to change.
I will. I know you will too!
Smiles, have a great week, and Keep on Seeking………………….Mark