When It Really IS Their Fault

I was chatting with someone who lost her job and didn’t really know why. To her, the decision to let her go seemed random, unfair, and mean-spirited. From this individual’s point of view, she truly believed it was not her fault – which perhaps it wasn’t.

All this said (and please bare with me here), whose is to blame isn’t the most important thing in this situation. What is most important at this junction is what happens next. Does this person use this negative experience to become angry, bitter, and resentful? Or, does she create a new career goal that could accelerate her success, achievement, and happiness?

Something to contemplate.



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