How to Get Back Up After Failure
Updated: Jul 17
It’s not the failures that define us so much as how we respond to them. In fact, what we choose to do right after we have failed is what matters most.
Did you know that you attract what you focus on the most? If you focus on your failures you are more likely to attract more failures in the future since that's what you're focusing on and putting your energy into.
As a society, we are conditioned, trained, socialized and taught to focus on the negatives - on what we can do better or what we should change. Just take a look at any news channel and you will notice that they're almost entirely focused on all of the negative things that are taking place around the
Instead of spending your time and energy thinking about the things you don’t want or focusing on your past failures, focus on what you want to attract into your life. Focus on the success you hope to achieve and what steps you can take to make it happen.
Begin by asking yourself the following questions:
What is it that I need?
What do I really want?
When do I want to achieve it by?
With whom do I want to achieve this goal?
What resources do I need in each area of my life to make it happen?
Keep in mind that in the end, it's not your failures that matter. What matters is that you learn from them and get back up and try again and that you keep going. Focus on what you want to achieve in your life and begin creating your success story.
“I should not be more excited about your business than you are.” - Dan Plowman