How Quickly Do You Rebound When You Make A Mistake?
Making mistakes is a good thing. It is nearly impossible to make progress and innovate without missteps along the way. And although it doesn’t feel that way when the damage is still fresh, keeping your attitude positive helps to turn things around.
If you made an embarrassing mistake, dwelling on it is only going to sabotage your progress. Nobody is perfect, we all have lapses in our routines. However, successful people rebound as soon as possible.
Pause, Reevaluate & Rebound
One of the benefits of making a mistake is the chance to pause and re-consider your strategies. It provides you with an opportunity to change your action plan.
Mistakes are learning opportunities. Sucessful people use them as fuel to do better next time.
Change your processes and systems to avoid making the same mistake twice.
Succesful People Rebound Quickly
Innovation is risky and risk requires making mistakes. When you dwell on mistakes, you also end up losing opportunities.
Success is the result of rebounding quickly from mistakes instead of being bogged down with regret. They accept responsibility for the mistake and then devote their energy to finding a solution and turn things around.
Learn from your mistakes and use the information to continue moving forward. Continue experimenting with new solutions even after a setback. This is the only way to bounce back following a mistake.
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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