Moving through failures and building resilience is the real success. According to CJCO, over on Courage To Connect Counseling, the definition of resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. Most of us struggle with getting ourselves together after a fail or really bad situation. But after you begin to recognize that no matter how bad the circumstances are, and that your situation could always be worse, you start to become resilient. Here are some techniques you should consider in order to make yourself more resilient and successful:

  • • remember that failure is not fatal
  • • practice gratitude
  • • remember that failure is a behavior and not who you are
  • • respect your vulnerabilities
  • • acknowledge your strengths
  • • create a plan to become better
  • • feel good about yourself even when you aren’t at your best

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