Everyone has good days. Everyone has bad days.
It’s how you deal with them and the outlook on life you have that makes the difference.
Good days can stay for a while, granted nothing tragic happens. Bad days can also stay for a while if you don’t try and shrug badness off. If you let a bad day get inside you, it can easily ruin a week, month, even a year.
When I teach my Business Development and Partnerships for Startups class on Skillshare, I always tell the class that the difference between winners and losers is that winners never give up when they get rejected.
It’s the same with good and bad days. If your day is going bad, your goal should be to never quit trying to turn it into a good day.