3 Steps To Your Astounding Recovery

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road to recoveryPost written by Peter G. James Sinclair.

Life is filled with the scheduling of appointments.

In fact, every time that you set a goal you have set up an appointment. Why? Because you have established something that you wish to achieve, and have had the courage to attach a date to it.

But what if the date comes and the date goes, and nothing has changed? Don’t allow your disappointment to be your destination. Don’t set up a memorial on that deflating spot in your life. Simply reset the appointment, and reappoint the time and place that you are going to achieve that goal – and go again.

A Succession Of Failure

Remember this: that any great success consists of a succession of failures. Put each failure under your feet, and before you know it you will find yourself on the road to recovery reaching that which you have dreamt of – the heights of outstanding success.

There are times in all of our lives when we are swept away by an avalanche known as life’s experiences. It could be an unexpected death in the family, a job retrenchment, a failed business, divorce, legal litigation, or even an investment that went wrong.

And it’s at times like these that you may feel like you’re drowning under a deluge of happenings that you hadn’t planned on.

The Three-Step Recovery Process

So how do you recover?

1. Make A List Of Your Assets

The first thing is to stop and make a list of all your assets. Apart from that which you’ve just lost, what other fine qualities are still a part of your life? Did you know that your smile is one of your greatest assets? Restore your faith and confidence by reacquainting yourself with yourself.

2. Make A List Of Action Steps

The next thing to do is to make a list of all the things you need to do to get back on track. You have faced a derailment, and by listing these things you can begin to assess what is required to move forward. A list always puts things in a better perspective.

3. Take Action

Tackle these steps – one step at a time. It is far better to do one thing than to do nothing at all. It is far better to move one centimeter forward than to stand still. For example, if you’re facing a multitudinous number of bills that need to be paid – the first thing you may need to do – before you attempt to pay anything – is to talk to your creditors. By being open and honest with them you will find that they will work with you as you restage your recovery. Clear communication is the key. And when it comes to prioritizing your list – break them up into groups identified by their level of urgency.  Not every task needs to be completed today.

By following these three simple steps you can turn your overwhelm into an overcome each and every time – all the way to securing an astounding recovery.

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