Attempting to establish your own startup is a risky gamble that certainly demands much of your time and effort, and offers no guarantees for success. While many don’t mind taking a shot in the dark, most people are incapable of contending with the repercussions of failure that may follow. The painful truth is that witnessing the failure of your startup can be psychologically devastating and can take a toll on your financial resources. However, although it might feel like you’ve hit rock bottom, bouncing back from such a failure is a very possible, yet quite challenging endeavor. It involves not only replenishing your emotional stamina but also working on arming yourself with the skills you acquired from this experience and transferring them into your desired employment field. Below are a few tips from Akhtaboot on how to make a forceful return to employment after your startup fails.

  1. Look Specifically for Jobs or Companies that Can Benefit from your Entrepreneurial Expertise

Entrepreneurs have great experience in management, controlling resources, and strategy development, as they are in dire need of such skills when building their startups. Customize your job search to look for jobs that may require candidates in managerial positions – or require HR experience.

  1. Emphasize the Positive Aspects of your Past Career

Speak confidently about any milestones that you’ve achieved while trying to build your startup. Talk about the ups and downs that you faced, and show how intricate and compelling your experience was. Try to implicitly convey the attributes that enabled you to take the risk and launch a startup, such as courage and leadership.

  1. Use Your Failures a Source of Strength

To succeed as a job seeker whose startup failed, you must view any opportunities you come across from the vantage point of wisdom of retrospect. Allow your failures to be the galvanizing voice that guides you through your upcoming challenges rather than the one that demoralizes and impedes you. Positively draw on your past experiences and use them to extract beneficial lessons to take on for the future.

  1. Conquer your Negative Emotions

Learn to live with your failures and acknowledge that your career will inevitably involve setbacks, and that you will forever be held back if you cannot accept that. Relish in any success that you achieve and harness any anger you experience from failures as a spur that drives you to reach further prosperity. Remember that your mindset is the key to unlock the door the separates dreams from reality.

Finally, do not despair! Akhtaboot hopes that following the aforementioned tips will enable you to bring your career back on track, and eventually attain more success than ever before.

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