Even Tiger Woods has off days. No one can bat 1000 every day. The question is, what do you do if and when you are off your game?
Well, like Tiger, you get right back out there the next day and work on your performance. It's not what happens to you that matters. It's what you DO about what happens to you.
Sales, and business ownership are complex, challenging jobs. People who excel are those who work on their techniques, performance, and process all the time. They know they can learn from others, and improve from where they are at this moment.
Even those who are aces can have bad days where nothing seems to go right. You know what I'm talking about! Things are just a beat off and you can't seem to get your footing.
Okay. It happens. Get up, brush yourself off, take a look back at what happened. If you can see why things were derailed, great! If not, that's okay too.
The magic is in continuing to move forward; to not let it create more of a speed bump.
So, just remember where we started - with Tiger Woods. Learn the lesson; I know he has.