It is not that difficult to go your own way. Just play the game by its rules. Never doubt yourself. Never be ashamed that you are different. Do not regret and apologize for what you have done in the past.You can be your biggest friend in life as well as your biggest enemy in life.
To get out of the bad spells, the most important thing is to examine the situation and readjust expectations for the immediate future. It is necessary to give up the idea that we should be as good as before in the short term.
Here we have shared some tips to pull yourself out of bad situations.
To get out of bad situations, identify the core problem
Although the bad situations are characterized because everything seems to go wrong, the truth is that there is always a factor or a central focus. The most common is that it matches the element that gave rise to those bad times.
This usually has to do with the loss of a job, the death of a loved one, a love break, an accident or illness, or some event that caused a strong injury to self-love.
To get out of bad spells, it is important to identify which element is more important than the others. In general, that factor is precisely the most difficult to solve. However, specifying it helps us to organize ideas and design possible solutions or, in any case, to frame the facts.
Assume that the environment has changed.
Things aren’t the way they were before so you can’t keep doing the same things you did, you have to change and adapt to the environment. Be ready to incorporate new habits that give you greater chances of success in this bad situation. The sooner you assume that premise, the sooner you will get ahead.
Stop looking for explanations.
Maybe you satisfy your curiosity, and that’s fine, but looking for explanations has never changed what you have. To get new results you have to focus on doing different things. Understanding, by itself, is not something that will improve your bad situation. What you do and what you get is the result, and you’re going to have to do a different set of things if you don’t get what you want.
Eliminate bad debt.
Don’t take on more debt to deal with the debt you already have. If you have a loan, do not ask for another to pay the first one. That would make the same sense as giving alcohol to a drunk to see if it improves his clarity. If you are in a hole, stop digging; focus on reducing your expenses, and increasing your income.
Take action, don’t standstill
One of the effects of bad situations is to gradually lead us to a certain paralysis. Initially, we react dynamically to difficulties. But over time inaction takes hold of us. We may even find ourselves in a position where we simply wait for “something to happen” to get us out of there.
If you allow yourselves to be occupied by this pessimistic passivity. It will be increasingly difficult to overcome the situation. Pessimistic inertia will take over, almost always leading to more problems and more mistakes. Although we do not have the upper hand, we must act. Readjust our expectations and our plans and get moving. Many have the fantasy that solving the problem is returning to the previous state and it is not.
Increase your financial education.
Some people are not as concerned about this situation as others. They feel prepared and perhaps they have been waiting for something similar to happen for a long time. Now they act, they don’t react. You live in the age of information and knowledge. Take advantage of all that material that is at your disposal to learn how to make better decisions.
Remember: in every problem, there is the seed of opportunity.
If we lost a great job, let’s not wait to get a new job as wonderful as the old one to move. If we lost a great love, let us not imagine that another great love must come to replace it. Nothing will be as before and most likely we will have to start over, in very different conditions. The idea of restoring the previous state takes away our strength and is useless. You come out of bad times with humility and attitude, it has no more mystery.