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Goals for 2019: A focus on employee wellness and happiness

No matter how cliché this statement becomes; (employees are the assets of the company) the message that it conveys stays strong. So, if you also consider employees as the assets of your company, then you should definitely care about the wellbeing of your employees. At the same time, you should surely focus on how your employees are feeling in the office, how happy or satisfied they are. As, at the end of the day, your employees are the face of your company to the world.

Here’s why you should surely focus on the happiness and wellbeing of your employees:

  • Healthy and happy employees are more productive

With this statement that healthy employees are the more productive ones, we don’t want to sound like we only care about the company. But, to an extent, it is true that the company would like their employees to be more productive. Therefore, it is important to take care of the health and happiness of your employees. As, employees who like to do their work, and are happy working with your firm, will surely perform better. Therefore, it is extremely important to make sure that you are considering the happiness level of your employees as an important stat.

  • Healthy and happy employees become your indirect ambassadors

Every company knows how much money they need to spend in order to perform marketing actives. What better than someone marketing your brand for free? This is what your happy employees will do for you! They will intentionally or unintentionally heap praises on your firm in front of others or even on social media platforms. This will not only help you at the time of recruitment, but it can have considerably good benefits on your marketing strategies as well.

  • Employees’ happiness boosts retention rate

Satisfied employees will think twice before leaving your firm. One of the reasons is that they like working with you, so why they won’t want to continue. And, the second key reason is that if your employees are happy that means you are definitely doing something for them, and employees will find it difficult to expect the same kind of treatment from any other firm. Hence, they would not really like to move without any solid reason. So, eventually, this will lead to a high rate of retention.

Employees are an important part of your business. They are the ones who are working hard so that the company can grow. Therefore, it is the responsibility of every good employer to take good care of their employees. And, one of the key elements to consider while planning your ‘employee benefit’ strategies is focusing on the health and happiness of your employees.

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Why should you let your employees do their tasks their way?

Running a business is not a cakewalk. You need a solid team to work together and achieve you get your goals. However, when it comes to motivating the employees to work with the same energy and passion as you do, you might have to try different techniques. Nonetheless, it is extremely important to value your employees and to understand their worth. Continuous appreciation and constant motivation are a few things which are needed to encourage the employees perform better. But, one of the other major things that you need in order to motivate your employees work better is giving them complete freedom.

Here’s why you should let your employees do their tasks their way?

  • To enhance their confidence level

When you tell an employee that they are able to do their work in their own way, and they won’t be micromanaged, then there is a certain sense of confidence that you automatically impart to them. Employees are not only more confident about performing their tasks, but they are also quite stress free. As, they know that their leads or the company is trusting their abilities. This will motivate them to perform with extra surety.

  • To help them devise newer ways of doing work

Once you give the employees the complete freedom to perform their tasks, it is quite certain that they will definitely devise better and smarter ways of doing work. This is not only good for them but also for the company and your team in many ways. You might even end up knowing faster or more efficient ways of accomplishing a task.

  • To motivate them

Whenever you either appreciate an employee or you give them the absolute freedom to do their work, you automatically inspire them to work better. They seem to be more passionate and more dedicated. Also, they will even be a lot more careful of their as no employee would like to misuse the flexibility.

  • They will be inspired to take more initiatives

 Once, the employees will realize that the company, and specifically their manager is confident about their skills, the employees will automatically get a boost. They will take more interest in the work and even in new initiatives. Also, they will enjoy their work a lot more.

All set to find a new job which gives you enough freedom to ‘your work your way’?

 

 

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Ways to Attract the Best Talent to Your Startup.

One of the key ingredients for a start-up to become successful is a passionate, dedicated and skilled workforce in which everyone is willing to contribute their 100%. But most start-ups are not really very famous or established enough that they can attract the best in business on just there name. Hence the dilemma that most start-ups face is attracting the right kind of crowd for hiring. Well, that’s where Careermarshal swoops in. We, at Careermarshal have curated a list of suggestions on how to attract the best when you are a start-up only.

With the new wave of AI coming through, attracting and retaining a talented workforce becomes imperative. To hire the best, some companies offer huge packages while others have a fun and relaxed work environment up their arsenal. Candidates with skill and potential for growth are the basic requirements of every company. Given below are some tips to get the best in business.

 

  1. Modern Work Environment is a must

Companies which offer a relaxed and fun work environment combined with challenging work for entry-level jobs are the cynosure of all eyes. You have heard of them as being described as ‘the place to be’. Employers have to be highly flexible when hiring freshers. A new hire brings along with them fresh perspective, high energy and a zeal to prove themselves.

A workplace that is more accepting of new ideas necessitates a quick flow of information. By collaboration with others, newcomers are able to effectively percolate ideas throughout the organization and into the right ears. All of this creates a sense of acceptance in the newcomers’ mind owing to which they area able to work more freely.

 

  1. Take the time to cultivate relationships

For an employee to feel a sense of belonging and loyalty to the cause of a company, he/she should be treated with respect and instead of simply being delegated work they should be made to feel like they are being given an opportunity that they should do. Care should be taken to give them a patient set of ear during difficult time, to celebrate with them in happier times and do thoughtful things for them. This also works as the best employee retention strategy. When salary and perks offered are largely the same, cultivating a personal relationships with employees is the greatest differentiator. Trust and creativity are upheld. The whole company benefits from such cathartic relationships and innovation is promoted.

 

  1. Don’t let Feedback be just one way

Giving constructive feedback is the best way to improve the performance of a new employee. They immediately benefit from such interactions. But the real key to getting and retaining the top talent is to give them space to offer a feedback to the company as well. This makes them feel that their opinion is heard and is very valuable. This also is a good way to improve your start-up as the best advice can be given by someone from the inside. To consistently up your game as a start-up, encourage your employees to give feedback every month or quarter. In this way a benchmark is set for both employees and the company which they both are motivated to top.

 

  1. Offer Benefits & Rewards

A strict management system coupled with poor and lethargic working environment can wreak havoc on the employees’ lives. An incentive based system where the high-achievers are rewarded is the best way forward for any start-up worth its salt.

A flexible work schedule is a must have for sure. In an ideal world, a flexible workplace, an employee need not waste their paid leaves for petty reasons. Offer monetary and in-kind incentives like free meals etc.  Entertainment options, free gifts, health and wellness programs including mental health care are some ways employee feel welcomed. Time offs, vacations, childcare leave, parental leave and also services and tuition reimbursements are instrumental to access and retain the best workforces which will eventually earn it all back for you in the long run.

 

  1. Offer ample scope for advancement in career

To get the benefit of a highly engaged and high-performance workforce, you have to do many manoeuvres and whatnots. Introduce and sustain training and educational programs for your employees to develop their human resources capital. Keep a survey to choose the courses according to what the employees want. If the employee sees a future with your company, they’ll automatically be retained. Make sure they do.

 

 

 

 

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Tips for maintaining a healthy work-life balance

Part of the corporate world that irks everyone the most is the balance of work/life or rather the lack of it. Long and irregular working hours, mounting workload and humongous pressure are all that takes a toll on people’s personal life.

This deterioration of work/life balance is common in most professions– whether they are work from home or office based. We, at Careermarshal, bring to you some tips on how to achieve this elusive balance thing:

 

Focus on your strengths

Don’t be the ‘guy who does it all’. Do what you’re good at (what you’re being paid to do) and outsource the rest to the experts. If you don’t know how to do accounts, give it to the accounts department rather wasting your time on it yourself.

Compartmentalize your time

Make a to-do list for all your tasks for the month and divide it into categories based on how important these tasks are and how immediately you need to finish them. Know when you are at your efficient best Do you work better at mornings or in nights? Depending on your answer, assign taxing and tough tasks to yourself accordingly. Always do these heavy tasks when you are at your best.

Take out some ‘me’ time

Always devote at least half an hour a day to just do anything that makes you relaxed. It could be watching Stand-up comedy, taking a stroll in the park, listening to music or something else. Take care of your personal relationships and health too.

Always follow your own schedule

Set work hours for yourself and completely stick to them unless it’s a grave situation. This gets your mind in a habit to do the work only in the stipulated hours and unwind in the rest.

Adjust your workplace to your needs

If you work in an office, you can’t really do much on your own. But what you can do is get your daily utility things according to your own needs. After all you’re going to be spending a large part of your day cooped up in there. You can ask your boss for comfortable seating arrangements and an atmosphere conducive for working. That includes getting a comfortable chair, an ergonomic keyboard, a support stand for your laptop, etc. Investing here is totally worth it.

Technology to the rescue

If possible, when you are not able to go to office for some genuine reason, use video conferencing apps like Hangouts or Skype.

Invest in making time

There are a lot of tools available that can help you keep track of how much time you expend in doing various activities like meetings, client acquiring and servicing. It will help you understand how long a particular task takes for you to do. In this way, you’ll be better allocate time to various tasks and plan everything out in advance.

Make time out for passions

There must be something you truly love – other than work – make sure you spend time doing it too. You will feel refreshed and enthused to be able to carry out the daily tasks at work.

Be realistic

Take time for introspection everyday. Analyse your day at work and ask yourself what clicked and what didn’t. Try to weed out those mistakes in the next day at work.

Get a business coach

Getting one can be a bit expensive but they are really recommended. They will help you detect early on the wrong business habits you’re indulging in and set you on the path of self-contemplation and correction.

Knock yourself out

Go to Goa with your college friend’s or Rishikesh. The point is to go to someplace every 6 months at least. Get yourself an extended weekend bonanza and have fun.

 

 

 

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Does Employee Satisfaction Drive Company Performance?

It has been propagated time and again by economists that companies are big, scary machines that process all the inputs (time, capital, labour and investment) and churn out outputs (products, money etc). The employees were described as just the means to an end. Today, the scenario has witnessed transcendental changes and employee satisfaction has become a prime ingredient for the eventual success of an organization.

Sophisticated services, technology and workers that are more valuable than ever as more diverse, knowledgeable and flexible individuals are what we ideally require to transform the organization into a well-oiled machine that exceeds everyone’s expectations.

 Companies are a Garden, Not a Machine

So, is there any analogy that can fit a modern-day company in layman’s term. Well, the Economists’ answer is a resounding yes. A vegetable garden is right up their alley. You have to deal with unpredictable variables ― seeds, soil and climate ―when you combine all the above-mentioned variables with the output tended by you on the farm, you get to grow crops that will eventually give you what you really need – inner peace and satisfaction and, well, MONEY. What really differentiates this model from earlier ones is the fact that when the health and happiness of the individual plants are tended to, much like every employee, your product and yield can improve. To further the analogy, an employee is like the tulsi plant in your organic farm/backyard who needs nourishment and care to yield greater financial output to you.

Various research and studies too back the fact that the greater the employee satisfaction index, the better their output which is equivalent to more monies for you too. 

Happy Employees Drive Business Performance

The writing is on the wall. The study establishes a strong link between a satisfied workforce – in the form of higher Glassdoor company ratings – and the financial performance of UK companies in the sample. Various factors that were held constant to accommodate for stray results or swings are industry, sales growth, company size, whether the company is private or public, and more – company ratings on Glassdoor still had a statistically significant and positive link to company profitability.

An increase in a star rating on Glassdoor results in about a 1 percent higher annual return on assets and investments – something to be taken very seriously.

Online reviews on Glassdoor and various other platforms can be used to forecast the company’s fortune in financial markets.

Perform Well by Investing in People

This study holds a distinct position for several reasons. A study was carried out first in the United States and the UK for the time period 2014-2017 that tried to establish a correlation between Glassdoor ratings for an organization and company financial performance. The result stands unanimous in both country; there is a positive correlation between ratings left by former and current employees at Glassdoor and the said organization’s financial clout and performance.

What really seals the deal for this study is the fact that it is the first one to investigate the link between employee satisfaction and financial performance for both privately held companies and publicly traded employers. So, employee satisfaction is a basic necessity no matter if you compare private or public companies. The ownership doesn’t really matter. The data was compiled using only those companies which had more than 100 reviews for the time period in question. Their final sample includes 35,231 Glassdoor reviews for 164 UK employers.

The prime takeaway from all this is that employees are major stakeholders in modern era companies – not a constant factor of production. Their happiness forms a dynamic spectrum of stuff you need to effectively run a company today.A significant positive relationship between employee satisfaction and firm profitability is measured and analysed.

 

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Flexibility At Organizations: Perk or Necessity?

To answer the above conundrum, definitely a necessity. To take one example, reminisce the good old Nokia phones. Until around 2010, they were omnipresent. But they were not flexible enough to accommodate Android and the oncoming Smartphone deluge.

Result: We now remember Nokia when we remember the good old days. So if you don’t want to become a footnote in history, time to buckle up!

Small businesses today must be flexible, or they risk failure. Rapid technological and economic advancement has gathered steam over the years, making all those organization obsolete who are too adamant in their ways. Promote the exchange and percolation of new ideas so that your company can effectively stand and pass the test of time. We, at Careermarshal – one of India’s top job sites bring to you ways in which you can turn rapid changes in tech to your advantage.

Competitiveness

An organization that takes itself too seriously and has rigid rules and structures is pretty vulnerable to the odd hijinks along the road. Such organizations must work towards integrating the new technology into their old processes. A rigid mechanistic organization stumbles when challenges arise.A flexible company rises up against the inevitable and try to use the adversity to maximize its profit and capitalize on it.

Efficiency

A company which actually defines itself as flexible is up for experiments, just to work out the most optimum processes, i.e, even when everything is just fine, they are willing to shake things up. Company policies should always be up for scrutinizing so that most efficient ways of getting stuff done is recognized and implemented effectively. With the passage of time, your organization will end up becoming more cost-effective and efficient.

Flexible to the core

Flexible organizations are willing to give their employees flexibility in terms of working hours, workplace. It enables employees to engage in fulfilling personal life and motivates them to excel at the workplace. Not being flexible gives rise to discontentment and reduced incentive to work harder. You can start being more flexible by allowing telecommuting or malleable working hours for those who have familial commitments.

Job sharing, or allowing two or more employees to work part-time in place of a single full-time employee, is another way to permit scheduling flexibility. Such accommodations breed loyalty, making it easier to hold on to quality employees who otherwise might have difficulty in working for you.

 Teambuilding skills to the core

What you also need is innovative and flexible managers who are not set in their ways. Such management tends to capitalize and harness the strengths of its workforce. No two employees are quite the same in their way of functioning but an inspired management knows the differences and how to unite people with the different skill set so that their differences complement each other.

The result is a team that is flexible enough to handle a variety of challenges, making the organization as a whole more effective. A rigid manager, on the other hand, lacks imagination and is bereft of ideas on how to best manage the people at hand to mould them into the best version of themselves.

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Employee motivation in a nutshell.

A motivated man is like a man possessed, willing to go the extra mile, willing to give it his/her all. That kind of attitude is a boon at the workplace. So you need more employees of this kind. Sadly, this kind is rare and hard to manufacture.

We, at Careermarshal – one of the best job sites in India, bring to you some ways to push more employees to the brink of motivation and usher in productivity and efficiency at the workplace.One of the biggest reasons for less motivation among employees is dissatisfaction with a superior at work. So, being the boss, it is your duty to keep your employees primed up and ready for the job.

  1. Keep a nice demeanour.

It is no secret that appreciation brings the best out of us. When an employee is appreciated, they see more likely to do a better job and show better results. Hence, do not shy away from cordial greetings in the corridor, as they are very easy to do and have a large impact on the psyche of the employees, which in turn leads to more productivity.

A win-win for all!

When someone from the upper echelons of the office don’t properly greet a subordinate, it rings alarm bells in the minds of the juniors. They start having thoughts of being fired or demoted, which is not a good sign at all.

This politeness also applies in terms of talking to someone. Being on the phone or not making eye contact at all are not the best foot forward for you. Take care to make appropriate eye-contact with your subordinates while conversing. Research also points out that hiring managers judge potential candidates not only on their skills and achievements but also their mannerisms and behaviour. So, you need to up your ante in terms of behaviour department.

  1. You need a good credit-giving system.

The employees spend a large chunk of their day working for you – even more than their family. So it is only fair that they get their fair share of appreciation when it’s due. There will be instances when a certain employee will go beyond his/her call of duty to pull a rabbit out of a hat. That is when they should be sought out individually and appreciated amongst all. It will set a great example for others to follow. Appreciation is not only shown through mere words but can also be material. If the achievement warrants it, you can also give away bonuses, holidays, extra benefits or coupons. In this way, more people will be motivated to punch above their weights.

  1. Have fun and let others have it?

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”

This saying perfectly captures the essence of the message that is to be conveyed. Organize fun events where employees can let their hair down and just have a relaxing time. Weekend parties, trekking trips, fun games and team-bonding exercises can do a world of good for your employees. All this gives a sense of belonging to your employees amidst the hustle-bustle of daily mundane life. They start admiring you and are more likely to concentrate better during actual work hours.

  1. Robust communication is the key.

It is essential to have proper channels of communication in the company – be it through weekly meetings, emails, calls or through an informal chat in the hallways. In an ideal world, your employees will be well aware of their responsibilities and duties, receive appropriate feedback on their performance from time to time and are well-informed and clear about the company’s vision. If you identify someone who is having a hard time keeping track of the information juggernaut, then you should intervene and help them with whatever the problem is. Keep transcripts of all the communication happening in a digital form that can be used when required. All of this is crucial for effective workings of a company.

  1. Benefits can seal the deal in your favour.

An important key to employee satisfaction and retention are the perks offered other than the salary, not to say that the salary isn’t important. Parking, health benefits (maternal leave and pay), free lunches, vacation days and retirement funds, generous tax rebates all form a very important part of the policies employees look forward to. They form the difference between good and bad job performance.

 

 

 

 

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7 Ways to Foster a Positive Work Environment!!

The Work environment is highly crucial to the proceedings at a company. They can make or break your company’s credential. Hence, fostering the right work environment is pretty high on the to-do list of all companies. You don’t want too rigid and authoritative style of management at the workplace as it gives rise to negativity and stifling of creativity which are the essential pillars for the growth of an organization. And you neither want too much laid back and unprofessional attitude among the workers towards company policies as that can lead to chaos and total breakdown of leadership.Hence, what you should aspire for is the ‘middle’ line. Not too much leniency and neither too much strictness.

Here are some tips to get that balance right.

  1. Everyone is inherently flawed – in one way or another.

When undertaking responsibilities of varied form, even the best of us are prone to one mistake or the other. Have the oversight to accept these overheads as part of the job or risk feeling frustrated all the time. Even when they’re trying their best, the output may or may not be to your liking. Allow your employees to have a stable work/life balance otherwise they might start feeling frustrated at their work and may not even try their best to do a task. If you implement such measures, you’ll notice that you would have won their respect and admiration. Such mutual respect is a very powerful motivator to best carry out a job.

  1. Reward and appreciate achievements

People would be more likely to work hard and achieve their goals if they are appreciated for the hard work they put in. They might feel ignored if you don’t acknowledge their work. By doing it publicly, you’ll foster positive competition as all your employees would want to be applauded in front of the whole office. This will put in motion a fruitful cycle that benefits one and all. If possible, include perks like ― a few extra days off, a bonus ― to those who do commendable work. This is an example of positive reinforcement that has been proven to make a general workforce more productive and happy.

  1. Give them some breathing space

You don’t want to micromanage stuff. This makes your employees feel not trusted. They also think that they are not wise enough to do their work without proper ‘guidance’. Give them a bit of freedom to decide on some issues. This has a two pronged benefit – it saves your time and it enables them to be more creative. In this way, they’ll eventually become more efficient, self-reliant and tend to work hard and smart.

  1. Inculcating fear is not the best of ideas

If you think fear is a powerful motivator, you might be taking a few dialogues from Hollywood movies a bit out of context. Joker was not talking about the workplace when he uttered his disturbing musings on the ability of fear. An environment of fear will do no good to the prospects of your company. Mistakes are a learning curve and risk-taking shouldn’t be totally abhorrent. The ability to try and fail without fear will undoubtedly result in some surprising and innovative successes.

  1. Guide them whenever necessary

Since you’re not micromanaging, you’ve ample time on your hands which can be utilized in mentoring your employees. Devise new ideas and coach your employees to turn them into reality. Make yourself available for giving advice without stifling them and make a confident team out of your workplace.

  1. Train them

For skill improvement at an individual level, training in necessary skills is the best foot forward. Invest more towards it. Your workplace success hinges on this as well. Be ready with hands on training material as and when required.

  1. Have weekly rendezvous with employees

Still not sure if your workers see happy with things as the way they are? Just ask them! Review their opinions and incorporate them if necessary. Having an outlet at work where they can put up their grievances is the best way to make a more amiable and happy work environment. This will make them feel more valued. Ensure them that their grievances will be taken in to account and acted upon. All of this is a key to a happy work environment.

 

 

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Increase productivity and retention rate by making your workplace a happy place!

For every organization productivity of the employees is important. Every firm wants their employees to work dedicatedly for the company in order to enhance the revenue. Though, there are a plenty of individualistic parameters that decide the productivity level of every employee, but it won’t be wrong if we say that certain changes in the environment can lead to a more productive workplace. So, if you also want to enhance the productivity of the employees, and become one of the best places to work in India, then here are some changes to adopt:

  • Inculcate the need of easing off stress

Companies now a days flood their workers with more work then what they are capable of doing. Plus, the high demands, and increasing pressure leads to stressful work environments. Hence, it is important to integrate certain programs or organize certain activities which help the employees to ease off their stress. The employer should motivate the employees to stay stress-free at work. And, inclusion of such schemes are the key to making your organization one of the best places to work in India.

  • Organize regular employee engagement programs

Sometimes, it seems like the employee engagement programs are nothing more than a formality that companies have to do. However, it should never be like that. Employee engagement activities should be an important part of the company. They should be organized regularly in order to engage the employees, and help them to beat their stress. Plus, these initiatives also help to bridge the gap between different teams, and tend to bring the employees of a company together.

  • Employee benefit schemes should not be ignored

When we talk about employee benefit schemes, it sounds like we are talking about employee healthcare related policies in office. However, it is not like that. Employee benefit schemes should include things related to the mental health of the employee as well. Organizations should adopt certain methods to enhance the mental wellbeing of the employees as well.

Workplaces that are happy and more motivating are preferred by the employees. Hence, happy employees tend to work more dedicatedly which leads to greater results for the company. Therefore, firms should take all the necessary steps to uplift the culture and environment of their workplaces. More focus should be on the emotional and mental wellness of the employees as well. And, the firms should plan some fun and engaging activities almost regularly.

Do you think your workplace is a happy place to work? If not, then how about searching a new job on one of the India’s best jobsite, Career Marshal!

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Finding values in negative experiences

‘Negativity’; a powerful word with a lot of impact on the normal functionality of an individual. Negativity is considered as an evil to a healthy mind as it forces the mind to think, and sometimes even act unhealthily. Negativity can arise due to plenty of things including, loss, a fight, or a bad experience. And, most of the times negativity created by a bad experience or the impact of a ‘negative experience’; on an individual can change the behavior of a person. Now, coming to the corporate world, we all face some or the other bad experiences, every now and then. However, it is important to not let the bad experience hamper your behavior, productivity or relation at work. Instead you should always try to get over the bad experience as early as possible. It is not recommended to keep thinking about a bad event regularly, as over thinking is going to adversely impact the mental well being.

Here are some ways to turn your bad experiences into valuable lessons:

  • Get over it asap

Firstly, it is very important to leave beside a bad experience and move forward. Lingering on to a bad experience will only hamper your happiness. Therefore, no matter what happened, or how bad it made you feel, just leave it behind and move forward as soon as possible.

  • Focus on the learning

Every experience, be it good or bad teaches you something or the other. You just have to be prepared to accept the learning the bad experience has to offer. Instead of lingering on to the ills related to the bad experience, you should rather focus on ‘what you learnt’ from the experience. Focus your energies on how could have you made that experience better, and how to avoid such instances in future. This isn’t that easy as it reads, but it is a wonderful way of turning your bad experiences into valuable lessons for life.

  • Don’t let it affect your mood

One of the worst repercussions of a bad experience is bad mood. A negative experience automatically hampers the mood. However, you need to understand that life is full of both positives and negatives. Hence, negative experiences have to be accepted whole-heartedly as well. Don’t let anything adversely affect your mood. Instead try and focus on other things, just to deviate your mind from the negative experiences.

However, always remember that negative or bad experiences teach you a lot of important things for life. Therefore, it is important to learn whatever you can from the experience, and move on, without letting it impact your mental or physical well being.

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