Ever had a decluttering fail?
Maybe you were sure you’d get your closet decluttered this time. You carved out a weekend. You were ready to do the work.
And then you got overwhelmed or something came up or you hit the messy middle…
… and your best intentions were squashed.
It feels like failure.
Failure happens, and you can recover from this setback.
In fact, I believe you should seek out failure (what??) Yep. I want you to look for chances to put yourself in situations where you might failure.
If you know how to recover from failure the way I’ll show you in this video, you won’t have to be afraid of it any more.
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In the video, we discuss the 4 steps to this process:
- Realize it’s going to happen. It’s not a question of “if,” it’s a question of “when.”
- Normalize and neutralize. What are the facts? Separate them out from the story you have about the failure.
- Remember that your failure doesn’t mean anything about YOU. It’s separate from you.
- Know that successful people aren’t without failure; they are successful BECAUSE they’re willing to fail, not in spite of it.
How do YOU recover from big decluttering setbacks? Let us know in the comments.