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Knocked down, but not out! Now get up

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Ever felt that you just had the wind knocked out of your sails, because things don’t go as planned? Perhaps you failed to meet your goals and dreams for 2019, in spite of consistently putting in the effort over the past twelve months. Or maybe, even worse, you have suffered the loss of a relationship, family member or a job. And you feel knocked down when many around you celebrate happily.

The question isn’t will life knock you down – because it will – but rather: how will you respond when it happens?

“Bravery is not found in getting knocked down. Rather, bravery is found is getting back up knowing that you’re going to get knocked down again.”
― Craig D. Lounsbrough

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Learning from your failure and mistakes

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When you are afraid of learning from your failure and mistakes, you stay within your comfort zone – where you already know what you need to know to survive. What you want – and don’t have – is not within your comfort zone.

How do I know?
Because you don’t already have it!
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