If you ask the right questions, setbacks are not failures. They are opportunities to learn new solutions. ~ Jay Wren
Even with a perfect product and plan, business campaigns can meet resistance. Sometimes, these plans fail completely. However, there are methods for working through setbacks and putting a plan back on track. Moreover, there are times to recognize that a plan or project is simply going to fail. Rather than pushing ahead with a failing project, successful people redirect their efforts to new projects for success.
Here are steps that involve self-awareness for bouncing back. Ask questions that will help you understand your situation. Become aware of your situation and your options for success.
“What can I do differently?”
“Do I need to change my strategy?”
“Is there a better design for my product?”
“Who can help me find solutions or approaches?”
“Is there a proven method that I should adopt?”
Are there examples of how other people have successfully dealt with the same situation?
Can I layout a new plan based on answers to these questions?