Things WILL Go Wrong
If you're not equipped to deal with things going wrong, you're going to struggle with a lot of life.
Life doesn't care about your goals or plans. Life doesn't care about your hopes and expectations. And life certainly doesn't care about your opinion on how things "should" go.
Your behaviour is under your control... everything else in life is not!
In this course, we're going to dive into what happens when your carefully planned goals don't end up working out like you'd hoped. We're going to look at dealing with "derailers" (people/things that interfere), obstacles, setbacks, and failures - the real-life problems you'll face in your journey of growth.
We'll talk about how to prevent things going wrong as much as humanly possible so that when they do go wrong you know you've done all you can.
We will explore the philosophy and mindset you need to cultivate to ensure your reaction to things going wrong is healthy and helpful.
We will draw up detailed step-by-step responses to derailers, obstacles, setbacks, and failures, to ensure you grow from these problems rather than fall.
No battle plan survives contact with the enemy. So let's talk about how to manage the inevitable surprises life has in store for you...
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The following courses need to be completed prior to taking this course.
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