When something does not go according to plan, we often get a sinking feeling of failure. Throughout our formative years, we were taught that success is the goal and failure is anathema.
In this brief article, I want to discuss how we can change around our mindset so that when things go wrong we gain the maximum benefit from the situation.
We learn much more from our failures than from our successes in life. Think about how you learned to walk. You tried to stand up, and gravity won over, time after time.
Each time you got back up, your skill level at balancing all that weight on those two tiny round feet improved. Over time you became so skilled that standing erect was easier than eating pumpkin pie.
I often think our education system is missing a key point by not having a primary school course in how…
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