Disappointment is a normal aspect of life, and it doesn't discriminate. Whether you're rich, poor, educated, uneducated, young, old, or somewhere in the middle, disappointment happens and it knows no bounds. I've had clients from the upper echelons of society talk to me with great disappointment about the multimillion-dollar business deal that got away, and I've had teenagers heartbroken over the girl or boy that got away.
Perhaps you didn't get the promotion you were banking on, or maybe you missed out on that sale-priced piece of furniture you were considering buying. Whatever the case, a sense of loss, disappointment, and defeat is the result. Without such emotion we wouldn't be able to truly savor the taste of victory or bask in the glow of accomplishment and success when it happens. In many ways, it keeps us real, true, and humble -- and can also keep us motivated.
Here's how to rise above the agony of defeat and keep moving forward:
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Thanks to Mr TSK for sharing this link.