After taking maximum points from their opening three Premier League matches, Chelsea were humbled by Europa League champions Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup on Friday.
"Perhaps it will make us work even harder when we all return to training," said Hazard, who has set up six and scored one of Chelsea's eight Premier League goals.
"Perhaps the change of environment will do us good and we will all come back stronger. We just need to forget about it and move on.
"From a personal standpoint, it certainly won't get me down. I'm a pretty natural guy and just take one game at a time. I'm already looking ahead to the next adventure."
The Blues are sitting pretty atop the Premier League and next travel to Queens Park Rangers.