There are times where you have a bad day. It could be worse. What to do when bad news does not stop in and are having a rough patch?

Things do not always go as planned. Plans are nothing more than worthless when the worst scenarios are met and even meet with contingencies. It is normal to have a bad day. It’s bad when you’re having a bad run and they keep llegarte bad news.

What is happening? Is it bad luck? Are you attracting all evil? When we are in a situation like the best is to hide behind self-pity. The trouble is that things do not get better but so are usually made worse. How to get out of this vicious circle? How to flip the tortilla?

1. Psych bad luck does not exist: they have put together a series of events that have not played in your favor. This is life! Although I am from a news story announcing the end of the world will not let me sink is. As the poem says, “I am the master of my fate.”

2. Situation Analysis: What the f *** is going wrong? We must analyze the situation coolly. Why sales have been fallen Store? Why are so many complaints coming from customers? Why my boss is is being so heavy this week? You have to collect all available information. When more detailed for better conclusions. It will help you turn around to increase the sales.

3. Move the ass like there’s no tomorrow: a slump is like a ship that has a hole. That is you get wet feet is a much more obvious than a current problem that you have not detected signal. After identifying possible sources of the accumulation of “bad luck” you have to get going to fix it.

The 3 points are not a miracle fix ready for a rough patch. The message of this post is do not just stand.You have to move your ass to move. Anyone can get suddenly an accumulation of bad news. Statistically this sooner or later you’ll happen at some point in your life. It has nothing to do with fate or bad luck but to pure mathematics. Set aside your emotions and use your head out of the mud. Yours has a solution if you put in motion when possible.

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