We all make mistakes. We’v all been in places where we’ve thought, “If I only knew then what I know now, I’d have done it differently.” Look at what you’ve learned from the experience. Now you know and you won’t make the same mistake again. Mistakes are teachers. They offer us good lessons when we set aside anger, regret, and finger pointing. The lessons our mistakes teach us become the foundation for future success. The successful people I know became successful by learning from their mistakes, making course corrections along the way. The path to success isn’t a straight line, it’s filled with curves, steep grades, and narrow bridges. You’ll get to where you want to go if you learn the lessons and don’t quit.
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