What Are The 4 Ways To Build Resilience When You Fall
Failure will occur, in large or tiny doses, regardless of what happens to you.
That is one of the reasons why this essay is titled ‘When You Fail’ rather than ‘If You Fail.’
However, the failure is unimportant here since what counts is how we respond to such failures. You may either rebuild yourself or wallow in your fall and defeat.
It makes no difference if you are the sort of person who fails spectacularly and falls flat on their face or if you have a string of unfortunate missteps that keep you tripping on minor cracks that only you can see.
Here are four techniques to ensure that your fall is brief and that you continue to walk through it. 🚶♀️
👉 1. Understand the lesson
Each cloud has a silver lining, as the adage goes, and this is true.
Failure is more than something that kicks us while we’re down; it’s also a teacher (albeit a harsh one).
There is always a reason why you fell in the first place.
Remember when you were a youngster, and you appeared to be able to run everywhere?
You started stumbling, slipping, and sliding all over the place eventually.
Running becomes risky if not done correctly.
Every time you fell, your parents or another adult explained why you fell in the first place. You frequently fixed the problem or had it set for you, then sprinted until you got trapped on the next obstacle and collapsed again.
👉 2. Allow Someone to Assist You Up
If you don’t want to get trapped when you fall but don’t know how to get back up, seek assistance.
Someone will be able to help you get to your feet while also guiding you on the appropriate path.
Then you may go on with your life as if the fall never occurred.
Falling, whether large or tiny, is a terrible experience.
It hurts, whether it is a genuine act of falling on the ground or a symbolic act of messing things up.
Nobody will ever dispute that!
Sometimes falling is so excruciating that we want to lie down and milk it.
That is understandable if the failure was significant; no one will stop you from feeling unhappy about a massive loss that slipped through your fingers, but there comes the point where mending from a failure ends and postponing begins.
You put off returning to work, returning to whatever scenario led you to fall and the possibility of failing again.
So let someone assist you in getting out of your failure and back on your feet. This will provide you with someone to depend on and push you when you slip into the trap of procrastination.
👉 3. Make Your Fall a Source of Fuel
There is a link between pain and fury; we frequently don’t feel one without the other.
We may channel our rage about falling, failing, and making errors into actual fuel that will help us perform better the next time.
If we lose a large account because of a few little errors, we are likely to become enraged, focus on those errors, and remember them, so we don’t repeat the same mistakes.
👉 4. Recognize Yourself
This last one can be difficult, but catching yourself before you touch the ground is excellent if you can do it. Because you won’t experience the full force of the fall if you can decrease the blow of falling, you’ll be more inclined to get back up.
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