Being successful: How to Re-Motivate When You’ve Had a Set Back

Hopeless Hannah

You want to be successful. But you’ve had a bad week. Here’s how to re-motivate yourself.

You’ve done it. You’ve taken the leap. Whether it’s quitting your job for pastures new, starting your own business, starting a family or going travelling, there’s now no return.

But you’ve had a pretty crappy week – that bit of business you were counting on has bailed, that blog post you thought would go viral has only has 25 views and you’re starting to worry. You can’t help feeling that nagging sensation inside saying, “you can’t do this, and you can’t turn back. You are such a bloomin’ wally.”

I’ve felt this hump a few times since I’ve taken my own “leap of faith” and here’s how I combatted those nagging voices.

  1. Remove the fear element.

When you’ve finished watching a scary movie, do you feel like you need a lie-down? That’s because fear is completely…

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3 thoughts on “Being successful: How to Re-Motivate When You’ve Had a Set Back

  1. This is the toughest. No matter how much you deny, fear is always there. Not sure if fearless is possible. The art is to keep your fear levels lower than your passion for doing something.

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