Ever pimp (I mean, share! with love!) a program, service or product that flopped? It’s disheartening, especially when you’ve staked time, energy, emotion and money, too, in your brilliant idea.
But if it ain’t flyin’, you’re in a tarmac time-out.
Try these 3 tricks to push the reset button on your own process. They might ease high-drama venting with friends, temper tantrums, even gnashing your pearly whites (you pull these antics too, right?).
1. Slow down. Get calm, grounded and centered. Your mind muddles when mucked with emotion. (Love me some alliteration.)
2. Check in with those who said no to your offer. What held them back? What would make the difference between a “yes” and a “no” next time around?
3. Brainstorm different angles to your project. For example, could you use the same content but format it differently (i.e., a live workshop becomes an e-course)?
Pushing the reset button can and has to be done — it is what it is! So, which of these ideas resonates most with you?
Share below, pretty please. Thanks!