You just have to believe it, in order to see it. You can see things clearly when you put in your heart and your soul into something that you've been dreaming about. "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them". It's happen to me and I'm totally happy to see that sort of things grow deeply in my heart.
We are all creatures of habit - how we think and how we behave every second of every day makes us what we are. Just like I've been mentioned earlier, no matter how clear your goals are, and how carefully you manage your life and whatever, there are going to be times when things do not work out as you hope. But if you can think like a succesful kind of a person, you will be able to bounce back from any failure or dissapointment. You creat more chances to score a goal if you can learn from experiences and keep trying when you have failed. "There are as many nights as days, and the one is just as long as the other in the year's course. Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word 'happy' would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness"- Carl Jung
When you attempt something and it goes wrong, you may feel hurt, angry or just plain embarrassed. Your 'failure' could be anything - getting sacked, being turned down for something you can never imagined, making mistake or speaking out of turn. Unless you apply positive thinking, there is a real danger that you might slip into a slough of despondency, feeling that there is a little point in carrying on. But do not be discouraged. Try to turn the failure into success by viewing the incident as a chance to learn. "I was never really good at anything except for the ability to learn."
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Of course, it is not wrong to left off a bit of steam. It is quite normal to feel a sense of loss or frustration when disappointment occurs - especially if it was your fault. You may feel angry with yourself for making foolish mistakes. It is important to release these bad feelings so that you can move on. If possible talk about them to a friend or relative or write them down. You may like to do something physical, like swimming ( just love it) or running, or whatever you feel like you want to do...to help you work off the negative emotions.After that, the most important thing to do is to learn from the experience. Be brutally honest with yourself about what really happened. For your informations (FYI) i've learn so many things in the past few years.
There is a lot of improvement in myself and i can see it now. "I love my past. I love my present. I'm not ashamed of what I've had, and I'm not sad because I have it no longer". Focusing on my passion for fashion - it is absalutely an amazing journey for me. I'm in love with exploring something quite extraordinary and beyond people's imaginations. When you start thinking about it, there is no chance for you to stop. FYI, being one of the Malaysian international fashion award finalist (MIFA8) is one of my biggest achievement so far. "Everything has been figured out, except how to live". With love, Sandra. Thanks for reading.