Have you ever suffered a setback in your business, your health, your life? We all have. Why are some people crushed by setbacks – while others seem to use them as fuel for future success? And most importantly, how can you use your own setbacks to propel you to greater success?
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Feature Story: How To Turn Setbacks Into Comebacks
We cannot control what happens to us, but we can control how we respond – and what we believe about the setback.
Knowing how to face trials proactively is one of the top skills in internet business… and in life.
Here are 10 steps to transform setbacks into comebacks.
- See it for what it is.
- Remember God's plan for you (Jer [29:11] and Romans [8:28])
- Ask good questions – questions that lead to helpful answers.
- Be careful what you think, see, and say.
- Notice what works; do more of that.
- Notice what doesn't work; stop doing that.
- Live in the now. Avoid depression and anxiety.
- Move your body every day.
- Put good fuel in the machine.
- Fill your eyes with solutions.
Remember that pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional. (Matthew [6:34])
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