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'How to learn from your Mistakes'

Published on 8/27/2017
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Hello Everyone,


How many people have made

a mistakes that they have to live with.

Everyone makes mistakes and as we

have seen,it is a sign of humility and

maturity to own up to them and to do

the right thing.

The next step is to learn from your

mistakes,Unfortunately some people

miss out on that opportunity! Some

people might get discouraged about

they mistakes or even at times get

overwhelmed in they feelings and

think of themselves as a hopeless


So do you feel that way at time just

remember this: dwelling on the past

mistakes is like starring in the rearview

mirror while driving away in your car.

Focusing to much on the past will leave

you feeling worthless and powerless

to face your challenges head on instead

of doing that,take a more balanced approach.

Look back at your mistakes, and learn

from them so that you don't repeat them

don't dwell on them so much to bring you


View your mistakes as a learning experience

by taking away from each mistake a lesson

that will help you be a better person and

handling situation differently the next time.

Some people get very upset about their

mistakes others just don't care,just learn

enough to learn from your mistakes to not

repeat them over.

Take the lesson you learn and use it to

avoid repeating the mistake don't let the

memory hang over you like a dark cloud

accept it and move on...


Thank You

Your Associate,

Shermone Johnson

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