In your career, there will be days when things don't go as planned.
The "bad days" or "mess ups".
Like when you received negative feedback on what you've done.
Or you have communicated the wrong thing to an important stakeholder.
And, caused you to feel stressed and overwhelmed.
The reality is: These things happen.
But how you choose to deal with them will determine your future.
You could assume "bad days" mean you should give up.
That nothing will ever work out and it's time to job-hop (again).
You can ask yourself: What lessons can I learn from this?
How can I learn how to avoid these mistakes the next time?
I share 7 tips in this week's podcast episode.
A "bad day" is exactly what it says: ONE bad day.
You decide if you want to get better.
And, enjoy a smoother career journey.
So Mp, do you want to enjoy happier days at work?