[Manifesto] What To Do When Things Don’t Go Your Way

A great reminder on what to do when things don’t go your way.

What To Do When Things Don't Go Your Way, Manifesto (Click image for larger version)

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  • Vero

    :clap: I just love your Manifesto!!! Great work! Thank you very much,dear Celestine!!!!!!!!!!!! =)

    Regards,

    Vero (Buenos Aires)

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Thank you very much, Vero! :D

  • http://BredouAlbanBrice.com Alban Brice

    Pretty Nice. Colors on white backrgound seem more appealing.
    Keep Up.
    I’m collecting your manifestos..bravo!!!

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Thanks Alban – Glad to know you are liking them. :D Expect more to come.

  • J

    Yes, I’m happy to see more of these, Celes.

    Small logistical FYI: All these have been showing up twice in my Google reader.

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Hi J! They appear fine in my feed actually. Did you subscribe to 2 feeds for PE by any chance? The official PE feed url is http://personalexcellence.co/feed.

      • J

        It’s OK, Celes — I take it as a sign that I need to review this particular information twice :)

        No worries. I’m getting interesting reactions from Google reader about your feed today anyway, so maybe it’s just a hiccup with Google.

        • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

          Sure. :) At the same time, I highly recommend to check if you have the right feed URL if you’ve not already done so, because over 50% of the feed subscribers on PE are still subscribed to the old feed, despite the announcement of feed change due to the domain/site restructuring over a month back. Today I deleted the old feed for good and put a final update in its place to the new feed URL (http://personalexcellence.co/feed), so those “interesting reactions” you got from Google Reader might well be due to that.

          • J

            Life’s no fun without interesting reactions now and then. I did double-check earlier to make sure I had that feed–it looked the same, but for kicks I deliberately subscribed to your new link; it didn’t change the name or add a new subscription, but I’m only getting one feed now. While I would prefer to imagine the cosmos was trying to tell me something, it’s more likely that I had goofed up the feed setup somehow :)

            • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

              Great! Happy to know that it’s working now, regardless of what was causing it. :D

  • http://nochnoch.com Noch Noch

    so true – i’d add that the first step, is to step back, stay away from the stiuation, then come back and evaluate with fresh eyes and perspectives…
    Noch

  • Lenin Keo

    Hi Celes, I really like your manifesto. If you have time, could you make one about the self confidence. I really like highly productive people manifesto.

  • Andreea

    This is exactly what I needed now, dear Celes, I can`t wait to print it tomorrow and to have it on my wall each day – it`s such a refreshing reminder and only looking at it brings me a lot of peace – thank you :hug:

  • AH888

    LOVE these manifestos…this one is my favorite!

    Great job! :clap:

  • aderogba

    What a good post. When things seems not to go our way, it is a way of telling us that we can not always be right and that we should take others into consideration in whatever we think say or do. We should listen to others, what they might want to say and look for the lessons to be learned and then move on : : ;)

  • SHIMELIS

    A nice approach, keep in touch

  • John Hall

    Hi Celes,
    just sending you this mesage to let you know how much help i am getting from your Blog/writings-iam particularly enjoying & appeciative of your manifestos-short,succinct lists of information but packed full of insight, inspiration & motivation.Your manifestos are equal to or even surpass my favourite inspirational list/manifesto “The Paradoxical Commandments” by Kent Keith.
    Kind regards & thanks from John H.

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Hi John, thank you so much for your kind words! That’s incredibly sweet of you. I truly appreciate it. :hug:

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