12 'healthy and efficient ways of overcoming failures'

Because we hate him, it's the inevitable part of life. We all want to succeed and be good at any point, but the fact is that when we try something new, there's a good chance that we ... well, fail

I remember being in the second year of the university, who was only sure that some of my classes were not sure that my classes were not clear and that they frightened me. Much of what I've been studying was a new one, and I've never solved anything as extensive as a 12-page scientific research paper. I thought I'd feel really bad if I did anything I didn' t believe I could do without reproachful. The idea that I could make a mistake

If you can't handle the failure, you're sick in more than one way. Knowing about it, I grew up to take the I-I here to tell you not only that fear is normal, and

No one can perform the task without trial or error. Take a step back and look at the situation that was folded. If something went wrong, what happened? What could have been done differently? The next time you try to complete the task after it is complete, you will be

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It's easy to feel that you're the only one who failed the exam, and then you have a desire to beat yourself up on that score. The truth is, you're not the only one, and it's a comfort to yourself. No, you're not broken, you're human, like everyone else. You are not the only one who fights for good in class or in a sports team, and you (like everyone else) can overcome these difficulties

One important thing you need to do is that

If there's one thing I've learned in my life, it's that it's not healthy to keep my emotions in a boat. What makes me very helpful in case of failure or sense of defeat is a good old-fashioned crying or a tyrant. Just let it all out! It's okay to feel angry and annoy when you can't get it, and if you need to sit in your room alone for a while, do it. If you need to run and scream at the top of your lungs, do that too.

Although at the moment it's okay to be upset and let your dark emotions get a little out of your emotions, you can't be pessimistic forever. Failure is not the end, and you need it

It's easier said than done, but that's what you need to learn to do. I work in a golf course, and I'm responsible for handling large sums of money. On one of my first shifts during my payment, I found that I contacted the debit computer, and the total amount on my computer doesn't match the total amount of the receipts

Even though they all took care of him in the end, I was sick and tired of myself. I couldn't sleep, I couldn't eat, and I couldn't think of anything except one mistake I made. -Stop. Breathe. Relax. It's not the end of the world. It happened, and there's nothing you can do about it. Stop focusing on it and move it

If you are not sure why you failed, there is no harm in understanding why. If you haven't done well with the mission, then approach your professor. If you have not done your job according to the expected standards, ask your supervisor what went wrong. Sometimes a little clarification can make you feel so much better

Your failures are not the reflection of who you really are. Perhaps you yelled or got a freaky red mark, crossed your paper, but you can't get the core of your personality. Colonel Sanders

Not to give up and move forward is great, but sometimes you find yourself a little bit in the rat. Instead of focusing on one single goal, try to broaden your thinking and take a look at the look. You may be trying to shut down the manuscript for the editor, and you will not be able to do it correctly.

Sometimes, I do

One of the most important things my father ever said to me is that as long as I do my best, I will never be able to do anything. The only real failure is not to try. If you invested 100% of your effort into something, it's not a mistake. If you repaint all your will and energy to complete your task, you must be satisfied with yourself, even if it doesn't turn you into a perfect match. Lift your head up!

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Marina Khonaisser

Marina Konaisser is a developing communication professional activity with passion for written and business trips