How to Deal with Disappointment
Latrice Knighton is a member of the Sterling Law Offices partner team and an award-winning divorce attorney, life coach, and speaker. She helps clients resolve their problems by using legal techniques and smart tactics learned through decades of experience. She is able to help clients by offering the best practical advice.
Every one of us has been disappointed by a family member, friend or work colleague.
And sometimes, we even disappoint ourselves.
When we are upset about how something turned out in our lives, it is easy to blame others or ourselves for being careless. We also assume that the other person did not think about our feelings or we were dumb in not predicting a certain outcome.
But blaming others for how our lives turned out or blaming ourselves for not being a psychic does not make us feel better about how things turned out.
When we are disappointed we have to dig a little deeper and consider: what is it about the current situation I do not like? what part did I play in this result? The answer is not always obvious.
But knowing what you did in a particular situation is necessary to understand if you want a better future.
If you’ve ever have been disappointed by a situation, this episode is for you.
In this episode, you’ll get tips to help you get over disappointments you will face.
What’s more, these tips apply to whether the disappointment is personal or professional. Write them down now and save your future self untold amounts of time, money and heartache.
When it comes to disappointments — what disappointment hurts more – personal disappointments or professional disappointments? How did you handle the situation?
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You get to choose the path your life takes. My hope is that today’s show and every show will help you make choices that are aligned with your personal values and goals.
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