We all have down days. You can feel down, just don’t stay down.
Down days weigh you down.
What starts off as a moment of failing becomes a monument of failure & for the rest of your life, you you pointto your monument saying, “That’s why Icouldn’t be successful.” (Or you can point to the moment and say that’s why I was successful 😉)
When you are down you have a critical choice to make: Blame or Analyze.
Blame: You can blame the economyand others or you can …
Analyze: As painful as the loss is, instead of blaming, analyze your part. This takes extreme ownership. (Gotta keep it real here) Honestly, what role did you play in the blow up.
Be down, just don’t let it take you out.
Down days are wake up calls. Life’stryingtowake you up & kickyouout of your comfort zone.
Maybe you’re way (I mean way) off track. Seeing how faryou’ve slipped can be overwhelming. You’re 70 lbs overweight; fired & have zero new-world skills, or been out of school for a decade.
Where doyou start?
(Hint/Answer) You start at start.
Don’t waste days, months, or another year talking about how far off track you are. (Who cares & stop counting)
Instead start and begin mitigating the loss.
Do youwant to win or succeed today? Of courseyou’d say, “I want to win.”
Because a win has one result…one outcome vs to succeed has multiple scenarios & in thosescenarios are mixed with wins, losses, & tons of experiences that you can apply moving forward.
Ican’t always win. But I can always succeed. (Now that’s Tweetable)
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