How do you handle set backs?
For some, a set back can lead to total failure. They aren't problem solvers, and therefore can't figure out any other way to achieve their goal if their initial plan goes awry. They give up.
For others, it's something to overcome. It's seen as a way to self-improvement, and makes them stronger in the end.
Today I had a major set back... my SI injury from February was aggravated again (doing the stupidest tiny thing, go figure 😣). The shows that I'm doing this contract require full use of my back - backbends, layouts, kicks, splats to the floor... you name it. We have 9 days before we leave for almost 7 months. I don't have TIME to let this set me back... No excuses - you can't just "do work" when things are going well. The real work is when things get hard.