I don’t measure a man’s success by how high he climbs but how high he bounces when he hits bottom. - George S. Patton 

Let’s face it. We all fail.

As we go through life we have relationships that don’t work out,  jobs that just aren’t right, exams that we flunk, initiatives that don’t succeed. The more new things we try the more failures we are likely to have. In fact, the only way to avoid failure is to do nothing new.

The important thing is how we deal with failure. It can be part of a downward slide in which lack of confidence reinforces feelings of inadequacy and incompetence. But experiencing failure can be a learning experience and an opportunity for a fresh start. A good way to begin this process is by asking yourself some tough questions.

5 Great Questions to Ask Yourself After a Failure

 

 

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