When you experience a setback in your life do you become depressed and upset for those happenings? Angered on things didn’t work out? You may even just want to give it all up, have to come up to solve those enigmas.
After failing at something you are immediately focus yourself on lack. You didn’t get it, that’s it. But that’s not it. There’s more to this story apart from your thought. Something else is going on here. You have to change your view point to look into it. You must look beyond the initial disappointment and find the glorious diamond in the rough because it’s there waiting for you.
Failure has its positive points when you analyze deep inside. I know it sounds imaginable, or even like an oxymoron but this is true and absolutely true. You can learn from it, find little details that can help you succeed next time without failing from. You may even discover that the winning steps you wanted
Trying something fresh & new as you couldn’t use before – appreciate the past experience and learn from it. In order to grow you must have new experiences and evolve in the way you do things. Do change the style of handling your success steps
Live a little!
When you’re doing something fresh you may not get it right at the first time. But you have to continue it because you’re doing what you need to do, trying something out. You’re getting out of your comfort zone.
Learn from it
Whenever you are trying new things it may not work out but it’s still a learning process that’s been counting in your experiences.. You can move forward with knowledge you did not have as before, and may not have been able to get any other way. Some people learn by observation, some learn better by personal experience from their own story.
Learning from it is good because it prevents you from making the same mistake twice. Instead of repeating the same thing over and over you’re breaking the cycle. You can approach the situation with clarity approach and a higher level of intelligence.
Although you may not have gotten what you wanted from the situation you can learn something new about yourself.
Maybe you were not able to put as much effort into it as you would like. After a little reflection you may identify time constraints and find an opportunity to work on your time management.
Gain new relationships
While working towards your goal you may have to be developed new relationships. People enter your life for a valid reason. Try to acknowledge the benefits of this new encounter and be gracious to them. The new relationship you gained may be more valuable than you originally thought, or even your goal itself if it were achieved at that time.
Reconnect with your priorities
When you experience a loss you can reflect and become more aware of what is important to you. Remembering what your priorities are will help you put things into place and perform on a higher level.
You can think of your failure as a practice run towards success. As mentioned before try to learn from your own mistake so next time you could avoid that slip-up and make your good marks. Just applying and you’ll know it, feel it and it will shine through.
Failure is not the end of the world, not even the nail in the coffin for your goal. Experiencing hiccups can be helpful and actually you can get your improved results what you wanted actually. At the time of failure you may not see the value in the experience, you probably will just zero in on your failure, but with time and the appropriate steps it can be a priceless lesson.