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You Plan. You Work. It Fails, Now What?

So, you just got fired? Or you’ve been doing your job well, but times are getting though. Maybe the
project you’ve been working on for months finally launched then just got shot down. You’re losing
motivation. Even worse, you’ve been doing alright but not getting the positive performance reviews, keeping the same title, earning the same salary you’ve been making for the past few years.

No matter how hard we strive to steer clear of failure, sometimes we run right into it. It’s important to bear in mind is that what matters more than the failure is how you handle it and move on.

Here’s how to get back on your feet without wasting your time!

Take Control and Own Up to Mistakes You Made

Take control of your situation, so it doesn’t control you. Acknowledge that it happened and it felt
bad but you can’t change the past. Instead of blaming external factors like bad management and
poor timings, own up to the part you played in it. Admit the mistakes to change yourself and move on.

Step Outside Your Comfort Zone and Try New Things

Try to reframe your setbacks and make a turning point in your career. If frequently doing things in
the same ways has not gotten you anywhere then it might be time to try something new and daring. Identify new paths and see where they lead you.

Think About Pursuing Further Education
At times, we stop growing as professionals and in all honesty might even regress a bit. But as you try new ways, you may realize that you need additional expertise to progress in your career. It may help inspire you to develop new skills. Remember that you don’t have to get a formal degree from an institute. Instead, you can always go for short-term courses, certificate programs, seminars, or online programs.

Invest in Social Media
Growing your online community can result in clients coming to you instead of you searching for
clients. People can begin to seek you out to talk about the latest opportunities. Your online activities can result in growing business for your company.

Do not let setbacks and failures define your life. Instead, learn from them and find the positives to
improve your career. Remember that when it comes to your career, the grass is as green as you
make it.

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