We often associate mistakes with failure. This was embedded in our minds by society because according to some people “there’s no room for mistakes”.
In all honesty, I believe there are room for mistakes and that it isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
**Theres many ways to view this.**
I feel like when you make mistakes early, you can learn from them and grow. It’ll be a lesson that you could carry with you for future references.
Not giving yourself room to make mistakes disables you from growing.
It’s basically like saying “I’m fine with what I know and have a fear of being wrong “.
This is not the way to live. You’re limiting your mind and life.
Of course, you should never wake up with the mindset to make mistakes, but it happens… it’s life.
This is more about not beating yourself up for doing something EVERYONE does.
No matter how rich or perfect someone may try to portray, they’ve made mistakes just like us.
I must admit, when I was younger I had a fear of making mistakes. I thought that the only people who made mistakes were ones who lives weren’t on track.
That’s no where near true.
Just know, if you’ve made any mistakes and you’ve learned from them, get ready for your improvement. It’ll be much bigger.
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