This Question Stirs up Unhappy Feelings for Many People, but its an Important Enough Question to Ask.
We will all face failure at some point in our lives, what we do when we fail will determine our future success.
If you have ever failed at a diet, failed in a relationship, a job, a career path or even a business venture, or partnership, then you know the emotional turmoil that comes with failure.
Sometimes you berate yourself, imagine the worst possible outcome, think there’s no hope, become wracked with fears, doubts and disappointment. Some of us even become crippled by fear to the extent that we forego future risks, going on to play small for the rest of their lives.
Failure accounts for many sleepless nights, overwhelm, self-doubt, heart attacks, mental health disease and other health conditions. It also rubs us of professional self-esteem.
Surprisingly, we expect professional athletes to make quick come backs like winning their next game even if they lost their last game. Its easy to fret, stress, regret and become crippled with fear to the extent that we become afraid to “get back on the horse.”
Winners deal with failures differently. They get upset and may shed a tear, but what separates them from losers is that they spend most of their time planning how to win in the end.
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Joyce Odidison, MA, PCC, CTDP is a Thought Leader on Interpersonal Wellness and Competency Mindset Teaching. She is a Conflict Analyst, Coach, and corporate speaker/trainer on interpersonal, respect and diversity for 24 years. Joyce helps organizations protect the emotional, interpersonal, and mental well-being of employees and leaders from conflict, stress, and burnout, to preserve their reputation, promote diversity, inclusion, and psychological safety at work. She is a frequent TV guest expert offering relational well-being tips for leaders and employees. Joyce has been featured in the Winnipeg Free Press, Canadian Living, Corporate Wellness Magazine, Thrive Global, Fast Company, and others.She can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 1-877-999-9591.