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.
Nothing is impossible if you want it to be possible. If you want it, you can get it. It begins with you. It starts with self-belief. If you believe in yourself, nothing you cannot do. But if you don’t believe in yourself, you cannot even kill a butterfly.
It starts with you, not with me, not with your neighbor, but you. If you want it, it is your responsibility to get it done. it is your responsibility to be rich. It is also your responsibility to be poor. You can change it by changing how you see life, how you see success, how you see failure.
The impossible is made possible through action. Only action change things for you. If you want to do the impossible, take action. Don’t wish, just do it. It is scared, but if you do it, your life will never be the same again.
Blaming is toxic. It is easier for us to blame people than to blame ourselves for what is going on in our lives. No matter what you are going through, no matter where you are in life, don’t blame anyone, embrace it. Love it.
Blaming people for your actions is an ineffective way of dealing with your situation. Remember, your situation is unique to you. Your challenges and problems are unique to you, so embrace them.
Blaming is toxic, because it is dangerous to your health, to your creative mind, and to your future happiness. Blaming yourself or people steals your happiness away. It makes you think you are a victim of circumstances. Blaming prevents you from taking full control of your life. It renders you powerless. Remember, you are the only person who can change your situation- the way you think, the way you treat people, the way you treat yourself. You can control your life by controlling how you think, and what you think about.
If you really want to focus on making yourself and your life better, you must stop blaming yourself and others for your problems. They are your problems, no one else’s. Instead of blaming, start challenging yourself to do better, live better, and to love better. Start taking responsibility to make your life a livable one.
When you take responsibility for your actions, it makes you feel better about yourself. It gives you the opportunity to act and change your life. Blaming makes things worse for you, responsibility makes things better for you.
If you want things to get better for you, start taking responsibility for your own actions.