5 ways to deal with failure

If Thomas Edison had stopped after his 10th failure then he would have never invented an electric bulb in his 10000th attempts.

Sometime things go as per the plan or even better than the expected but on some days, they don’t.  You commit an error, have difficulty or you essentially fall flat. It’s unpleasant. But you can’t avoid it either unless you avoid doing anything at all.

Don’t worry. It happens to all of us. We experience disappointment in different degrees. Some of us manage it well and some just give up.  Things can turn around quickly. Things will improve however before they do, you should figure out how to manage disappointment. Here are a few tips.

  1. First, just accept the failure.

When you’ve quite recently fizzled, it will undoubtedly sting. At times, a bit. In some cases, a great deal. That is OK.

Try not to attempt to push it away by diverting yourself or by endeavoring to push the duty onto whatever is left of the world

You must acknowledge the way that disappointments happen to everybody. Think about this experience as something where you can gain from it. The initial step on managing disappointment is accepting that it occurred.

2. Stop thinking about the failure

Never let the rejection get you. If it ever does, you will always think that you can never make it next time. Stop thinking about failure and don’t let this stop you from succeeding in your next endeavor. Remember, you are not a failure just because you had a setback.

Keep reminding yourself “Just because you failed today, does not mean that you will fail again”. Keep yourself engage with your hobbies.

3. Give the disappointment a chance to out,

It’s obvious to get disappointed over something you buckled down for yet neglected to accomplish. So, proceed let it out. Converse with your friends about it. Take the necessary steps to dispose of the disappointment that is bubbling up in your mind.

It accomplishes something that can facilitate your mind. Watch a favorite comedy show or go out with friends or well-wishers. You need to loosen up your mind to cope up the pressure and try to be happy.

4. Give yourself 24 hours to overcome

It’s alright to feel tragic or grieve about the failure. However, just allow yourself 24 hours to do as such. 24 hours ought to be sufficient to consider the errors and from that point onward, proceed onward. Push ahead. Begin anticipating what to do straightaway, what your next activities ought to be and what you should deal with to make progress.

5. Plan your next moves

Try not to choose not to move on. Rather endeavor to make your next step effective. You’ve learnt from your failure. Buckle down and work shrewd to make the progress. Refer the link to write down your next goals and go for it to achieve.

Cheers!

Subrat Saurabh

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