Though failure is usually thought of as something you want to avoid, when it comes to your career, that is not always the case. Failing is just a temporary setback which provides an opportunity to learn and improve for the future. It is all a matter of interpretation. Kimberly Wiefling, leadership expert and author, says when you get back up after failing, reboot your efforts with the new information obtained from the failure, and continue toward success, failing is actually helpful for your career and for reaching your goals.
So long as you are failing forward and keeping a positive attitude, as Wiefling says, failure is a necessary part of your career growth. All of the best business leaders have failed many times, wiped the dirt off, and gotten right back up.
TechFetch provides technology professionals a platform to find the ideal job match.
If you’re looking to build engagement and help people achieve personal and professional goals with the help of a sixty second video, look no further than Gloopt.
This one minute video was co-produced and brought to you by Gloopt and TechFetch.