Failure is subjective, which means you can reframe disappointments into opportunities. Make excellence a frame of mind with advice from Greg Harden, the life coach and consultant known for his work with sports superstar Tom Brady. Our latest Instaread will help you take it to the next level.
Always Give 100%
Years ago, when Harden wanted to start a fitness club, he was rejected by industry pros. But when he found himself working as a janitor at a gym instead, he approached it with enthusiasm, not disappointment. He had a positive attitude and treated everyone he encountered with respect. Through hard work and dedication, he became the assistant manager within six months.