Many people believe that their personal failures are determined by shortcomings outside of their control.  However, highly successful people think about failure differently, according to a recent study. Successful people see failure as a temporary setback, a mistake that can be fixed and tried again.  They believe they have the control over how successful (or not successful) they are.

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all learn to adjust our mindsets to view our defeats as lessons to be learned, rather than chalk them up to personal inadequacies?  Travis Bradberry writes some great tips that any business person or executive would want to know about in his article, “7 Challenges Successful People Overcome”.


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