Why You Should Spend Your Life Making Great Mistakes

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“Failure is a man-made circumstances. It’s never real until it has been accepted by man as permanent.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure brings a climax in which one has the privilege of clearing his mind of fear and making a new start in another direction. Failure proves conclusively that something is wrong with one’s aims or the plan by which the object of the aims is sought.”– Napoleon Hill

“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.”- George Bernard Shaw

“Admitting to a mistake is just another way of saying you’re smarter now than you used to be.”- J. Lyman MacINNis

When you make mistakes, be proud of it. You have done well. You are now smarter than you used to be. When you make mistake, don’t beat yourself up, be happy. We learn by making mistakes. We grow smarter, wiser, bigger by making mistakes.

If you want to grow, let mistakes be your friend. Mistakes are ways to check ourselves, to check what you think you know, to check your plans, to check your aims.

It is better to live a life spent making mistakes than to live a life without results. You learn from your mistakes. You grow by making mistakes. You don’t grow bigger in life by staying away from making mistakes, from failing, from disappointments.

Know this: “If you are not making great mistakes, you are not trying.” Make mistakes, learn from them, and you will grow bigger and smarter.