5 Things One Can Do after Failure
Failure is not as bad as it often looks. In failure there can be new found energy and methods of doing things.
1. Get the Lessons
Why did I fail? What did I do that I could have done differently or not done at all?
2. Be Deciduous
Shed off any excess weight, baggage, attitude or anything else that may hinder you from moving on. Somethings were ok for a season but may not be ok moving forward.
Rebuild yourself. Change your ways but not necessarily your ideology. Augment and consolidate your strengths. Learn from others who are ahead of you.
4. Be Gracious
Many people use failure to justify their irrational attitudes or actions. Failure provides a wonderful opportunity to find oneself. Not everyone wanted you to fail. Others still want you to succeed.
5. Trust God
There is God in failure and there is God in success. Trust God, believe God and look to God.
Your failures may be incomprehensible. But trusting God is the sure way to recalibrate. Build again but differently. Start afresh but with new found hope. Everyone falls at a certain time. But no one deserves to stay down.
Mubita C. Nawa