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If At First You Don't Succeed...Using Failure As A Stepping Stone

Can’t bear to fail and don’t know how to reframe the failure in a healthy perspective? Join us in our workshop as we learn about using failure as a way to guide you to success! We’ll touch on topics such as perfectionism and resilience as well as have open discussions on what failure and success are to you. See you on Tuesday, March 14th at 7 PM in Illini Union Room 406.

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1. Failure is just as important as success when it comes to reaching goals.

Without failure we would live with a lot of personal shortcomings and wouldn’t learn how to improve!

Without failure we would live with a lot of personal shortcomings and wouldn’t learn how to improve!

2. It’s okay to be upset by failure, but it’s important to get up and keep trying.

3. Take control of the things you can, and accept the things you can’t.

Sometimes we can do our best, but things still don’t work out.

4. Inspire yourself!

From each failure, you have a lesson that you can carry with you!

5. Celebrate the little victories.

They take a lot of hard work and require recognition.

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