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Bounce back from adversity

How you react to challenges either sets you up for success or puts you on the track to full-on meltdown mode. 

To help you bounce back from adversity, practice optimism instead of complaining. What can you learn from this situation? Ask constructive questions to see what you can take away from the challenge at hand.

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