A total blunder may set you back. However, should you encompass a radical failure rather than a mere scrape, it would benefit you to analyze and reflect on the every step taken to reach your goal.

It may well be that you hadn’t taken the time to envision all possibilities before selecting the best paths towards goal achievement. Ask yourself the following questions.

Had I envisioned all possibilities, all aspects? Had I followed what I had planned? Had I been distracted? Had I skipped crucial phases meant to consolidate the project’s foundation to save time or money? When and where did faulty actions diminish the likelihood of success?

When you have identified what exactly caused the disastrous outcome, cut your losses, come to grip and move on, leaving your broken dreams behind. Compensate as much as you can for disappointments or damage caused and learn from it.

A greater loss would be to do it all over again. It is your global duty to refrain from using the world’s opportunities in appropriately and frivolously. Maintain a social conscience of the impact you demeanor has on other people so that you impact positively the lives around you.

In this way, you may join the ranks of proactive, positive perseverant human beings who strive for excellence and high performance in all of life’s dimensions.

Have a nice week. Happy Trails,

Elizabeth McNally
Mentor & Licensed Certified EI Coach, Certified Traumatologist

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Author's Bio: 

In a nutshell, I am an attentive, compassionate person who wishes to make a difference in people`s lives.
Some 17 years of experience as a Mentor & Coach, pertinent Career and life experiences, a Master’s degree in Education and additional training in Emotional Intelligence, traumatology, Critical Incident Stress Management and Compassion Fatigue enable me to better perceive my clients’ needs. Because of this, I know how to help my clients clarify their thoughts, pinpoint issues and take concrete, suitable action to solve the problem, in record time.
My clients then regain the appealing glow and spark of the keen, confident, energetic people they’ve always been. They walk away with the pride and triumphant joy of having overcome.