2019-01-23 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #18: Know the Difference Between Mistakes and Failure.
Many people have a fear of making mistakes and failing. But we should realize that they are not the same thing. Mistakes are errors we make, but they help us learn something new. Failure is giving up on ourselves, or being too scared to take a risk and give ourselves a real chance for success.
Often when we make mistakes, someone is there to tell us how foolish we were. Really, making mistakes is a natural and essential part of learning. Don’t worry about people who tease you or discourage you when you make mistakes. They are ignorant to think that mistakes are a sign of failure or of doing something wrong. Often, people who make the most mistakes and who learn from them, are the ones that are the most successful and innovative in their field. The Wright Brothers for example, learned to make better and better planes through trial and error. They had countless crashes, but they learn from them, and they changed the world. Of course, you don’t always need to make every mistake yourself. You can learn from seeing other people make mistakes too.
You should learn to see patterns in the kinds of mistakes you tend to make. Analyze the kinds of mistakes you are more prone to making, and ask yourself why they happen. Mistakes are learning tools. To fail is to five up on something prematurely. To fail is to avoid risks so much that you never make mistakes, and to never allow yourself to success in any important way.
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