Thursday, September 30, 2010

Making the Most of Mistakes

Today, I'd like to share with you the value of making mistakes.

That's right ... getting things wrong really can prove beneficial.

You see, here's the reality:

Everyone makes mistakes.

If you're truly living and learning, you're likely to make mistakes on a frequent basis. It's all part of the human experience.

So, how do you go about making the most of your mistakes?

Well, getting it wrong provides the perfect opportunity to get it right.

Making mistakes offers a valuable learning experience, and that can be a fantastic positive ... assuming that you take those lessons on board.

You see growth is really a process of trial and error.

Consider the inventor Thomas Edison. Before making the first successful light bulb, he made thousands that didn't work. It's only by making mistakes, and learning from them, that he went on to succeed.

Every inventor, entrepreneur, explorer, or scientist ... every man and woman on the street ... in pursuit of success and achievement will, at some point, get it wrong.

So, remember, mistakes are really only valuable lessons and experiences. Learn from each one and turn those mistakes into successes.

Have a truly amazing day!

Oh, and remember this ...

"The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one." - Elbert Hubbard

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