“I have not failed 10, 000 times. I have discovered 10,000 ways that do not work”. I love that quote by Thomas Edison. If Thomas had let his first fail defeat him I’d be writing this blog post by candle light. Great leaders never let a good crises go to waste. Like Thomas, they learn from it so they don’t make the same mistake twice. Every negative is a positive – because every negative gives you the opportunity to grow. You just have to be willing to look for the lessons, make the necessary adjustments, and try again. And keep on trying until you succeed!
Nothing is ever going to go exactly according to plan. You have to learn how to deal with rejection and dejection because they are both part of the process. You have to suck it up, rub the “L” off your forehead, and move on. That’s what great champions do. All winners where losers at one time or another. But they dealt with those defeats and persevered. And you can do the same thing. You just have to believe in yourself and be willing to do what ever it takes to overcome any obstacle that is put in your way. You CAN do this. You have all the makings of a champions heart.
Copyright (c) 2014. Brian Smith – Reformed Control Freak. Looking for a speaker who can deliver on a variety of soft-skills topics? Contact Brian – he will work with you to insure your event is an overwhelming success. http://briansmithpld.com
Pingback: Never Let a Good Crises Go To Waste | Member Bl...
Pingback: Never Let a Good Crises Go To Waste | People DevelopmentPeople Development