Yes, there is a comeback! Yes, there is a comeback! But you have to create one. And your motive for a second chance shouldn’t be to prove a point rather, let progress be your driving force.
I understand waiting for anything is hard but wait with a good attitude for your comeback. … More Creating a Second Chance After a Major Setback
In understanding that life simply happens, you in a way are prepared for the outcomes. Expect the best. Prepare for the best – it would not hurt to think of an alternative (s) as well.The goal is not to get caught up in sad occurrences and let those situations get the absolute best of us.If we lose now, we WILL win soon. … More Notes on Failure- 2
I had an admission offer from a school in the US just as planned the year I rounded off my NYSC. I even got a 50% tuition scholarship. But how do I even raise the remaining 50%? Months after, I got into another school (top 100 worldwide) and it still did not work out. The scholarship body pulled out just after I got the admission (this is asides three other applications that didn’t work out). I decided to take a break for a year before trying again, yet!!! (sigh) … More Notes On Failure- 1
We are bound to face rejection in pursuit of excellence. Whenever we are rejected in the quest of becoming stronger or more successful, we should never give up but look forward at opportunities even while others are not seeing it. … More 6 Ways to Overcome Rejection
Rejection is a sting. It keeps running deep into the emotions. Sometimes, the emotional pain can feel like physical pain. If rejection is this bad, how then can one deal with rejection?
Rejection is a chance to consider if there are things you need to work on. If you need more skill, learn it. If you need more experience, go for it. Keep developing yourself and you will get better. … More Dealing with Rejection
Rejection is a great challenge, it’s a hit to our ego, a question on how good enough we are. It doesn’t necessarily mean you aren’t good enough, it often means the one who cast you out failed to notice what you have to offer. You should always bear in mind that people sometimes reject expensive things they can’t afford. … More 5 Tips to Help You Deal with Rejection
Mistakes are unavoidable but how you move on after you’ve made them is what you must understand and instil in you. Making a mistake doesn’t mean you are fool neither does it mean you cannot do a particular thing, it only means there is something you didn’t do right. … More 3 Practical Ways to Learn From Your Mistakes
Rejection is part of our daily lives, and in one way or the other, we are rejected, be it socially or otherwise. Whichever way it comes, feel it but don’t allow it to weigh you down; make corrections and be responsible and accountable about it; move from toxic people and surround yourself with those that appreciate you; build up yourself and see life with a bright smile each day. … More How to Deal with Rejection
When a child fails a particular subject, after receiving a sharp rebuke from parents, they end their encouragement with, “maybe you are not just excellent in this subject and can be better in another subject”. I have discovered that words like this, do not only make the child accept failure as a way of life but also deprives the child of knowing his/her real challenge. … More Why You Fail Your Mathematics Exams