How Working with Failure Can Become a Personal Best –

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Ask anyone who has achieved a significant goal in their life or career, “What fueled your  success?” and many people will talk about a moment when they needed to look in the mirror and say, “Well, now what?” Often it is failure to reach a goal that propelled them to their next success.

For athletes who compete at the highest level, the likelihood of failure exists every day. Each day athletes push themselves to the limit, but some days they just can’t beat their previous personal best. This kind of failure happens in practice and in competition. As a high performer, you have probably experienced a similar process of failure and developed coping strategies to accept it, learn from it, put it behind you, and move on. We never want failure to beat us down.

But there are goals that are so significant that when you fail to reach them, you feel it deeply. These failures are…

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