When failure arises, how do you react to it? Do you blame yourself or others for your failure? Do you swallow the deal and learn from it, adapt to it and keep moving forward or do you give up and look for an easier way? Most people love to blame others when things don’t go their way and deny any “personal responsibility” even at a great cost. To be responsible for your actions is to accept the consequences or rewards of those actions and therefore acknowledge, accept and let go of all blames and negative feelings if things don’t really go as you’ve planed. Try again, and again! After all, Thomas Edison tried 9999 times before he invented the light bulb. His motivator: ‘there is no such thing as failure, just another opportunity to get closer to success?” He was right!!!

Author's Bio: 

Avtar, formerly known as Nordine Zouareg, is highly regarded as an internationally acclaimed speaker, motivational coach and #1 Best Selling Author in the field of mind-body health, spirituality and personal empowerment. Avtar has almost three decades of experience traveling the globe and working directly with clients to identify and change the negative patterns that are preventing them from attaining optimum health and wellness. His impressive collection of international titles, awards and recognition are a direct reflection of his ability to overcome immense personal struggles and emerge with great success.

In addition to his deep understanding of how the mind works to influence the body and his beliefs in the benefits of balancing the body, mind and spirit, Nordine is the author of the bestselling book, MIND OVER BODY: The Key To Lasting Weight Loss Is All In Your Head! He also holds a Master's Degree in Physical Education, several International Coaching Certifications, and he speaks five languages. Avtar's personal passions are his two children, his spirituality, exercise, reading, cooking, travel, and helping people around the world understand how to incorporate the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of being to create a successfully balanced and fulfilling life.