comeback means you want to raise your standards. you want to be at a better place in life.
you are confident in your strength and still today you have not achieved a level of your standards.
you could be out of time, you could lose, you could lose and you are found down and out. Anyway, but the nice and sweetest thing is that you are thinking to come back.
great to see such spirit in you.
there is nothing like a permanent failure. Anyone who is trying in life could be found to fail. But the point is that refuse to get up and rise up. come on and have new findings.
recovery time between these two events shall be as low as it should be.
Driven by the meteoric rise of visionary tech billionaires, the popularity of strong leadership in the workplace has soared in the last seven years. In 2012, just 14% of employees said strong leadership was an important factor in attracting them to a new employer. That’s doubled to 28% in 2019. While the value of strong leadership may have been boosted by tech entrepreneurs, its influence is not limited to Silicon Valley and Tech City.
I’ve talked here before about the long-term trend across the UK. But the importance of strong leadership to accountancy and finance professionals means the strength of management is becoming critical to the attraction and retention of talent in financial services. When we asked employees across the UK whether strong leadership was a reason to stay in their jobs, 26% said it was. But this figure leaped to 31% in accountancy, insurance, and financial services professionals. Demonstrating the strength of your organization’s leadership is critical to this cohort. Faced with extensive skills shortages, finance is absolutely feeling the talent pinch. Employers need to think hard about how they showcase the strength of their leadership to their workforce. Salary and benefits are particularly important to people in the sector – but they cost employers a great deal (salaries on Wall Street are at the highest they have been in 10 years). Ensuring your organization’s employer brand demonstrates the strength of its leadership could conceivably help ease wage demands and the cost of counteroffers.
At the other end of the spectrum, IT workers appear to have far less to complain about. Only 16% of IT professionals – including developers and cybersecurity experts – say they would move to pastures new due to poor leadership. This suggests that leadership in IT is considerably stronger than in finance and HR!
Given the great business leaders of our age – Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Sheryl Sandberg – all seem to have a digital / IT background, perhaps that’s no surprise. For a decade, tech entrepreneurs have secured a place in the global hall of leadership fame. They’re great role models for leadership across the industry.
Making comeback is one of the most difficult things in life and defining dignity level. you fell down but refuse to stay at the same place. you get up and catch the opportunity with your talent. you transfer defeat into victory and prove your worth. The real glory is you are aware of your potentials and comeback on the stage of life with glorious accomplishments.
That’s real glory. That’s the true essence.
Mickey Mantle asserted very well that “During my 18 years, I came to bat almost 10,000 times. I struck out about 1,700 times and walked maybe 1,800 times. You figure a ballplayer will average about 500 at-bats a season. That means I played seven years without ever hitting the ball.”
you could be count underdog. you could be less valued by the world and current seniors. so what! Do not frustrate from rejection or underestimation or failure. Never and not.
you are born to create your worth and prove it to the world.