Bad Day

It’s What You Do On A ‘Bad Day’ That Matters.

Last Friday was a bad period for me. I woke up late, missed the gym, and didn’t meditate.

None of this was intentional.

I then turned my computer on to do what I do every day: blog. I was not prepared for the whirlwind that followed.

My Reaction on Social Media

As I opened up my social media canals, there were a lot more than usual, direct themes.

I started reading each one and they were from peers and friends who wanted to warn me that I had a large amount of hate-fuelled statements on social media.

I’m typically pretty good at dealing with hate comments.

Not on that day, though — I was having a ‘ bad day.’

On Social Media

I turned off the computer and didn’t respond to anybody.

In the same week, I’d is to say I was now a LinkedIn Top Voice for 2018.


My Squad at Work

I should have been celebrating and I didn’t because I didn’t feel deserving.

If anything, I wanted to give up there and then.

Luckily I didn’t follow through with any of these ideas.

I knew it was just sound in my nasty day.

Sitting on a coach

I went away to sit on the couch and think about what I’d only read.

Without certainly thinking about what I was going to do for the rest of the day, I began to be considered my squad at work.


Coping with Challenges

Coping with Bad Day

There were several leader challenges that I had to solve.

One was from a client that was being abusive to female personnel.

Another was a rejection I had to deliver to someone that wanted to work with us.

The hardest division about delivering the rejection was that I’d already said yes.

Despite the working day being bad, I made a fundamental decision — to keep doing what I do and not stop.

I told to myself “How can I invigorate parties while simultaneously solving both these challenges? ”

I’m a big believer that it’s not what you say that matters; it’s what you do.


Talk is cheap.

Remote Talk

I was put forward by a daring plan to address both challenges.

I was going to do something that stimulated me to insure the good in the people involved.

Even if the people in both situations had let me down, I was going to assume they were still good.

I devised a plan to help both beings and try and show them a more positive way to move forward.

If I break down the hope, it was about being a muse in both situations.

I didn’t feel like being inspiring. It was not the day to be inspiring.

But it was the only way I could motivate myself to finish off this bad day and wake up the next morning fresh.


A Night’s Sleep to Cope a Bad Day

Night Sleep

It’s funny how a good night’s sleep takes away all the pain and negativity from the day before.

So, by the end of the working day, I enabled both proposals.

I set out to release inspiration in both scenarios and that was my only center.

I didn’t look at any more hate-fuelled mentions or travel near social media.


Don’t Give It Up

Go Ahead

On that bad period last Friday, my actions helped me keep moving forward and not give up.

It’s not about necessarily investigating the very best in your bad day.

I’ve read this sort of advice heaps, but it requires a lot of willpower.

“Using your the measures in place to realize the working day better rather than trying to think your way out of your bad daytime seems to be a lot easier to implement”

It’s not about the bad epoch.


Bad days will happen.


It’s what you do on a bad epoch that determines if you’ll feel the full effect of all the negativity that can potentially knock you out like a Tsunami that comes to your access when all wishes to do was lay on the beach and soak up some sun.

I’ve learned to find places during daylight that’s not working out well for me, to do something good, and often that’s not something that advantages me.


If I was to look at it another way it would be “How do I not focus on my own bad epoch? ”

Trying to shape someone else’s day good disconcerts you from your own bad day.

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About the Author Amel

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