In this article, you’ll learn ways to deal with your anti-climax phases, so that you reduce their impact on yourself, and continue moving forward in your life, career, and business. Knowing how to manage your blues is key to your growth and overall success!





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Written by bloggerpalooza
2455 days ago

A great article.

An anti climax can ruin the mood for everybody. It can bring you down in just an instant and ruin your momentum.

Thanks for sharing us how to deal with this.



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
2454 days ago

Hi,

Thanks for the comment; I'm glad you found it great!

You are right, this is something that we all experience, and I had this topic on my article list for a long time, then last week, I helped one of my clients through this, and thought, ok, now is the time! That way, more people can benefit and learn how to deal with this phenomenon that is totally normal and oh so common. It does not have to be destructive, once we know ways to embrace it.

Have a great week,

Frederique



Written by BizWise
2455 days ago

I try to celebrate milestone in good way. The blues could come for a short time after you have purchased something, and then it goes back to the happy stage again! :)



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
2455 days ago

Hi,

Thanks for the comment.

And, for sharing that you do one of the 7 ways; I suggest you also do the other 6 ways, so that you learn how to move some of that "happy" feeling onto that anti-climax phase too; that way, you'll be happy throughout the various phases.

Have a great week,

Frederique



Written by Sian Phillips
2457 days ago

Slightly off-track but still talking about anti-climax I feel the same with Christmas and my birthday. I'm not a Christmas person really as I always associate it with working as the family business was a hotel and restaurant and we always worked through the holidays. Now I look forward to Christmas for some time out doing very little.

However as a child Christmas always seemed an anti-climax - once the presents were opened and the turkey eaten that was it......after all the weeks (now months!) of the lead up to it. Something one of my older brothers did - and I now do as well - is open one present a day often taking you through to New Years Day - depending on how lucky you are. This spreads the fun and anticipation out over a longer period.

And I do love to celebrate my birthday - even though I'm getting older now - so I try and have a couple of celebrations with different friends or family, or even if it's just one night make it a different day to my birthday so it spreads it out again.

I'm not sure if you can apply this to a business model Frederique but thought I'd mention as on a personal level this works well for me.



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
2457 days ago

Hi Sian,

Thanks for the comment.

And, you know what, I cannot believe I omitted special celebrations!!! ;-) So, an extra thanks for adding this in (and if you check the article, I've now added these in to my original list!).

The M3 Power always applies to both personal and professional matters in your life, career & business, and when I teach and share via an article, I always endeavour to list as many examples as possible, so that whoever reads it, connects to it as we can then all identify and recognise ourselves in the various scenarios.

So, this is not off-track at all, as it works exactly the same way with special celebrations, such as Christmas and birthdays. You are right, it is caused by the lead up to those events.

Thanks for sharing your Christmas and Birthday strategy, I see how effective it is as it, and referring to the Triple A mentioned above, extends the Accomplishment phase, which then leads to the Anti-climax phase more smoothly, where you can then apply the above strategies to help you deal with it. I'm sure many readers will enjoy reading that, and apply it to their own life.

Business wise, this strategy applies as well, as for instance, let's take the leading an event, as an example, if you wanted to extend the Accomplishment phase, you would listen to the audio recording, or watch the video recording, or read the attendees testimonials. And, these activities would overlap with the Celebrate way I'm suggesting to use when you've reached that Anti-climax phase -- it really helps the smooth transition, from one phase to another!

Have a fantastic weekend,

Frederique



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