Most people want to be successful, but they are not doing their best work. To be successful is not by accident; it comes from giving your best, doing your best, and earning your best.
“If you do what everybody is doing, you will get what everybody is getting.”
If you want the best from life, you must give your best to life. What you sow is what you will reap. If you want different results, you must learn how to do things differently. If you are just doing what everybody is doing, you will get what everybody is getting.
“If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.”– G. K. Chesterton
Whatever you want in life, you must pay the price to get it. If you do an average work, you will get an average result. But if you do a great work, you will get a great result. That is the law of cause and effect in action. What you give out is what you will receive.
“To be successful is not a rocket science. You just need to do the right things.”
To be successful is not a rocket science. You just need to do the right things, follow the right path, associate with the right people, ask the right questions, and most importantly, take action.
People are not doing what they were created to do because they don’t want to make mistakes. They don’t want to be seen as incompetent or incapable people. Mistakes mean different things to different people. Is a mistake really a curse or a blessing?
People don’t learn, grow, and expand, because they
are scared of making embarrassing mistakes. If you want to discover new things,
if you want to change the status quo, if you want to experiment, if you want to
grow, if you want to do what no one has tried, if you want to be different, if
you want to do great things, you must embrace mistakes. The art of making
mistakes is not a curse, but a blessing. It is a blessing, not a curse.
The art of making mistakes is best thing that has
ever happened any of us. If you embrace mistakes, you will have the courage to
do new things. You will have the courage to learn, unlearn, and relearn.
People who are doing well in their various careers
are those who love to play with making mistakes. They love making mistakes.
They know with mistakes come new ways of doing things- new ways of thinking,
new ways of solving problems, and new ways of looking at new things.
If you love growth, if you want to reach the top
of your career, you MUST embrace the art of making mistakes. If you want to
learn, expect to make mistakes. It is okay. If you are not making mistakes, you
are not learning. You are probably playing it too safe. Learn how to make
mistakes. If you want to, start with the small ones, the ones that will not
cost you and your organization a fortune.
Embrace the art of making mistakes, and you will
continue to grow.