It is hard to make big changes in your life, and you have to enter into that process expecting that you will experience a few setbacks. What separates the people who succeed at achieving their big-picture goals from those who do not is not that they never fail. It is in their response to failure.
Everyone fails. Sometimes, you give in to temptation and do something you shouldn't. Sometimes, despite your best efforts, other factors cause your best-laid plans to go awry.
So, how can you learn from your failures rather than giving up? Here are five suggestions that come from my new book, "Smart Change: Five Tools to Create New and Sustainable Habits inRead More »from 5 Ways to Make Positive Changes in Your Life