In this Put It into Practice episode, I give advice and tips for handling failure such as learning to reframe your thoughts, surround yourself with supportive people, and seek guidance from mentors who can provide a different perspective. Everyone fails at something and it is how a person handles failure that matters most. Failure is a natural part of the learning process, and the key is to take the lessons learned and apply them to your next move.
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It’s important to stress that these episodes are not meant to take the place of any work you’re doing with your therapist or doctor. In fact, please run these ideas by your counselor or doctor before you act on them to make sure you are ready for them or even fit for the suggestions. I can’t stress this enough, each person is unique and their situation is unique so please talk to your dr before starting anything new I may be suggesting.
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