There is something deep within us that prevents all of us from achieving our goals – whether be with our jobs, our health, our relationships, or with breaking bad habits. This deeper “something” deals with how we react to setbacks.
Mistakes are inevitable, but we must learn to recover from those mistakes as quickly as possible. Since failure is a fact of life, coping with failure is something we must all be efficient at. If you want to achieve your goals in life, then dealing with setbacks is an important tool to learn.
Every day we are tasked with decisions to make –
- Money decisions
- Health decisions
- Relationship decisions
- Job decisions
- Education decisions
Some choices we spend a long time on. Other judgments we make very quickly – what to eat for lunch, what to wear for the day, and which route to take to work.
Then there are decisions which are extremely important, such as whether or not to move forward with a surgery, in which we have a very small window to take that decision. In these situations we must be comfortable with the potential consequences of our decision. In these cases, overcoming setbacks – even if they are just potential setbacks – becomes extremely important.
Whether they are good choices or bad choices, our decisions follow us for the rest of our lives, and play an important role in shaping our outlook on life.
The Law of Failing Forward is a quick manual which outlines a simple to follow formula designed to help you quickly recover from bad decisions and setbacks. These skills will also help you make better daily and life decisions. It gives you a clear path to dealing with failures.