Tools for Success

If you’ve ever been fired, had to fire someone, received a negative performance review or started your day by spilling your extra hot venti triple-shot latte all over your computer keyboard, then you know what it means to have a bad day.

But one bad day doesn’t prevent the next day from coming, which means somehow, we must learn to cope with our bad days.

Blogger John Horn, who is the manager of learning and leadership at Vancity Savings, shares his tips for bouncing back from a bad day.