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Six Ways I Overcame My Business Failures
It was never easy to overcome failure, be it your business or from your relationship. Getting back on track required one load of effort, which I lacked. Even though, as an entrepreneur, I was not accountable to anyone for my blunders. However, being answerable to yourself is the most challenging job, I suppose. The realization dawns harder on you when you can’t find the answers. This is precisely what happened to me, but I had to find my way out. Long story short, I’m writing these six ways through which I overcame my business failure, and now you can imagine where I stand!
Failure – Pillar of success
The sweetest of success has always been a challenge. You will face several challenges in the long term. It's possible that something won't operate properly. Things might not go as to plan. You might not succeed. But it isn't the end of the story. If you're ready to accept failure, that may be the start of a successful career.
Problems are the prospect of growth
Instead of putting you back and producing tension and concern, problems might lead to possibilities. Problems might be found at the mental level. As a consequence, a difficulty may either overwhelm us or, in the case of successful individuals, turn into a chance to earn something.
Small steps are the key to success
The more time you give yourself to accomplish a goal, the more probable it is that you will succeed. You're probably overestimating your ability to achieve any objective that lasts less than 1-2 years. By adopting new goals slowly and deliberately, you boost your chances of long-term success.
Life’s a fairytale, a wondrous story unlike any other beautiful setting, happiness and peace in the air. It is so intriguing, contagious and radiant beauty. Within the stories lies an atmosphere beyond as far as I can see no greater distances, no valley within reach. This place is unlike any other you would have to be present to understand just what I mean.
A Mothers Sacrifice
It’s said that a good life is dependent on a good work / life balance. Did you know, the average person works one-third of their lifetime!
How To Lead The Pack Like Sifan Hassan
3:10 pm was the kickoff time for the 10,000m race at the FBK Games (World Athletics Continental Tour). The race began with two pacemakers to get a good time. However, six minutes into the race, Hassan took the lead and had a field day lapping the entire field.
Consistency Is The Key
When it comes to marketing, multi-channel campaigns can get you the best results. Rather than limit yourself to either an online or an offline strategy, try combining the two to get the exposure you need. Overlapping marketing strategies empowers you to reach a greater percentage of your target audience.
The top 3 reasons you will never be successful
We all want to be 'successful' in life. Now, we could argue what even constitutes as 'successful' until the cows go home, but for the sake of this article let's take a look at what success looks like to you personally. We all have our own ideas as to what success is or what we want to achieve. Some have gargantuan goals of being multimillionaires by a certain age, for others, it may be being able to bring in an income doing something you love, or fitting it in around your family. Nine times out of ten, our goals are usually financially orientated, and for good reason. Money is important. It's really important. Especially as someone who has never really had money, you value and appreciate it even more so. So, you tend to chase it. You chase the idea of money and what that would mean for you or your family and it becomes a massive motivator but also pressure in your life. This leads me to reason number 1. as to why you will never be 'successful'.
Empower and Engage: The Key to Developing Your Team in Innovative Companies
When employers are looking to build up a team for an innovative project, they can often fall into the trap of looking for someone new rather than realising the potential of their current workforce. It is often the case that the person who shouts the loudest is assumed to have the most creative ideas. But what if you've got some hidden gems amongst your workforce that are going unnoticed? According to Greg Satell, and international keynote speaker and author of Mapping Innovation, to build a successful, innovative team, "you need to start by empowering the people already in your organisation. But to do that, you need to take responsibility for creating an environment in which your people can thrive."
"Hiraeth" - Longing, yearning, wanting a home that does not exist. I know a lot of us who are constant travelers may hold this word close to heart. We know what it's like to experience a magnificent place, but want to leave in search for the next spot too soon. I like to think our souls are dragging our vessels for their own agenda from that reason alone. It was always the pull I felt from my inner-self, telling me, "It's time," every single time I made a decision with a better outcome. Along the way I finally understood the meaning of, "Home is what you make it," and I developed a new sense of independence that went way beyond just moving out of my parents house. I like to think this journey of Hiraeth is better achieved alone, for so many reasons.
How to Overcome Failures in Life?
Someone great once said, "Failures are the building blocks of success." In today's world of the immense rat race, this is one principle that everyone should always remember. The path to success is not easy. It is never a bed of roses. There are going to be rough patches, there are going to be failures. And if there aren't any, then one should know they are not on the right path. Thus making mistakes, correcting them so that we can do better should be a priority in life. Overcoming failures is thus a necessity.