Brainfood: Ten ways to ... recover from a fall

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

1. Get straight back in the saddle 2. Stay visible 3. Be open about your mistake 4. Remember, everyone fails at some point 5. Learn from the experience 6. Don't dwell on it 7. Believe in yourself 8. Use it as a catalyst for change 9. Prove your strength 10. Don't be frightened to fail again

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