Motivational Tips: Mistakes Are Meant to Be Made Yours Is to See Pass Them
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So, from time to time we normally get into an argument with people; it could be a family member, a close friend, a colleague at work, or someone you have never actually met before it’s maybe something they did or you did, sometimes it could simply be a little mistake from both sides that weren’t handled properly.
Mistakes come in various forms, not all mistakes involve a second or third party, it could also be making bad decisions or wrong choices made years ago in the past that’s affecting the present life you are living in.
The rational and realistic understanding of this, as a living, breathing, and thinking human being you will at some point in your passing life through this earth make a mistake.
In this article, we are going to look at the virtues of making mistakes from two common angles; the first role is making mistakes through poor or bad choices or decision making in life and the second aspect will be mistaken involving second or third parties.
First of all, to break this down and make it simpler for you to understand let’s just look at “MISTAKE” as the subject on it.
Mistake– Is to do something incorrectly or erroneously; to make an error of some kind. So, making a mistake is not intentional because as soon as you are perfectly aware of what you did and you still went ahead in doing so, it seizes to be a mistake.
Your reflections and reactions, your trends and emotions detainments a lot on how far the fallacy you created will escalate to.
Mistakes Involving Others – this kind of blunder can be a little hard to get by sometimes; because it mostly involves feels but whatever the situation perhaps with the right approach and intentions make clear everything can go back to normal.
Look, mistakes are bound to occur but what we shouldn’t do is jumping to conclusions and blame whoever is involved in what happened. We’ve all made mistakes, but it’s important to own up to them and learn from what happened. The best approach and solution is to try as hard as to forgive when you’ve been wronged and learn to ask forgiveness when wrong.
How to Bounce Back from Mistakes Involving Others1. Own your mistake. It’s too bad if circumstances were against you, or somebody you counted on failed you, or you just had a bad day.
1. Own your mistake. It’s too bad if circumstances were against you, or somebody you counted on failed you, or you just had a bad day.
2. Fix it if you can, and tell your leader.
3. Apologize to anyone affected.
4. Reflect on the mistake.
5. Address the root cause.
6. Share what you learned.
7. What’s Your Take?
Mistakes We Make Ourselves – we all make mistakes and when I say we all I mean every human being on this planet. Famous rich and successful people have their share of these bad decisions and bad judgments before getting to where most of them are in life.
The truth in which most of us seems to forget is, you crumbling down to your lowest self isn’t the crisis but what matters is having the strength to get back up and putting things right after making these mistakes, the urge to strive and get it right is what amounts to something. Just keep in mind mistakes have the power to turn you into something better than you were before.
The idea that we learn from our mistakes is an almost absolute truth, especially if we are constantly observant and analytical along with being intuitive. That is why they say that once we have learned a lesson from a mistake, we must avoid making it again.
Ways to Bounce Back After a Mistake1. Think about why you made the mistake. When I make a mistake, I assess the mental and emotional state that led up to the decision.
1. Think about why you made the mistake. When I make a mistake, I assess the mental and emotional state that led up to the decision.
2. Regroup. Mistakes are inevitable.
3. Don’t let emotions get in the way.
4. Move on.
5. Look for a positive outcome.
6. Make it right.
7. Make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Mistakes don’t always mean you are going in the wrong direction sometimes it just means you are trying and you need to try harder.
Content Writer – Kwaku Nimako