For those of us who are ambitious, we are lucky in that we will more acutely intersect with our success and moments of brilliance. How many times were you at the drawing board when an incredible new idea came to you that you were able to use in your work? You may have been filled with a new sense of energy, purpose and direction as you used your new creation successfully and impressively! But what happens if after this moment, you find out that your new idea has actually led to a hiccup that you weren’t expecting? You now have to deal with the feelings of disappointment, regret, and occasionally, embarrassment. The good part is that these downfalls happen to us all, but the bad part is that we may decide to wallow in our pain and disappointment. This may lead to us being counter-productive and afraid to hurl ourselves towards the next project. There are specific tools to help you push past being disappointed in yourself so that you can quickly get back on the horse and towards your dreams. If you are looking to become more productive in spite of your disappointment, read this article today for tips!
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