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How To Overcome Challenges
J.P. Hicks/Activist Post
Challenges can be a real bummer. I once finished a 6-month project and felt very good about myself only to discover much of what I worked on was obsolete and needed to be redone.
At the time I was already looking forward to some exciting new ventures and was mentally calculating the potential profits my completed project would bring in. So this challenge felt like a punch to the gut which put me in a funk for a couple of days.
Needless to say, my disappointment was all-consuming and made me rather unproductive. But, suddenly, I was able to snap out of it with a single thought and refocus my attention to updating my work.
If you’re an optimist like me, then you’ve probably reflected on your past mistakes or on a situation that seemed catastrophic when it happened, and found a positive reason why they occurred precisely when they did.
And if you haven’t, do it now. I’m sure you’ll find a silver lining in a bad experience from your past that led to something wonderful you would have never experienced without it.
In my previous example, I pulled myself up by my bootstraps and refocused on the project. However, some challenges are so great that they may be a signal for you to cut ties altogether and start anew.
It’s difficult to know how to read the signs sometimes especially since all challenges can be painful. This dilemma reminds me of something one of my coaches said when we were in pain, “Are you hurt, or are you injured?”