“Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Nobody’s perfect. We all make mistakes. But how do you treat yourself when you blunder or blow it? Do you feel like a failure? What if you reframe the experience and look for the lesson in it? What can the error teach you about adjusting your course, changing your technique, fine tuning your strategy? Failure is one of life’s greatest lessons in doing things differently next time.
Do you experience your mistakes as catastrophes OR treat your mistakes as valuable feedback?