News and Articles About Setbacks
None of us are without setbacks, and we've all faced our share of problems. What separates the success stories from everything else is how we view failure.
As pervasive as successes and setbacks are in the startup world, they never become any easier to endure.
We have a choice whether we direct our focus on the negative or positive, and whichever one we decide to focus on greatly determines where we are headed.
Adapt these two daily habits that can help overcome failures and setbacks.
Dealing with failure is hard, but here's what to do to begin moving on.
When the going gets tough, there's one important question to ask yourself -- will you get better or bitter?
Ready To Launch
Entrepreneurship is not all good times. In fact, surviving business setbacks is the defining charachetistic of being an entrepreneur.
No matter where you are at on the success and failure spectrum, there will always be bumps in the road and financial setbacks.
The biggest myth of all is that life once was simple. People have always faced the same questions.
After nearly being killed by a distracted driver, this entrepreneur was moved to help prevent others suffering as he had.
No's can have large setbacks on your business if you let them get the best of you. Instead, reflect on these pushbacks and iterate.
The highs and lows of owning a business can be similar to riding a rollercoaster, but remember, setbacks are the building blocks of success.
Hardship and failure is part of the entrepreneur's life. Here are some strategies to deal.
Control What You Can
Behavioral economists are finding that business people often fail to account for low-likelihood, high-impact events when planning for disaster.
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