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3 ways of looking at our mistakes by Gaur Gopal Das
Blessing in Disguise Mistake as defined in Merriam Websters dictionary is the act of understanding someone or something incorrectly, to make a wrong judgement about something , or to identify someone or something incorrectly. Personally, a mistake is something that has happened without the full knowledge of the doer, or something that resulted in consequence. No one is perfect, that is for certain.
Lesson 1: Learning from Our Mistakes
Think back to the last mistake that you made at work. Even if it was a minor one, like spilling coffee on a document seconds before you were due to present it, you'll likely have felt a rush of panic and then had the inconvenience of putting things right. No one is immune to making mistakes — we are human, after all! But if we simply apologize and carry on as before, we're in danger of repeating the same errors. When we don't learn from our mistakes, we inflict unnecessary stress on ourselves and on others, and we risk losing people's confidence and trust in us. In this article, we look at how to ensure that we take those lessons on board, and then use what we learn. Here are five steps to help you to learn from your mistakes, and to put what you discover into practice.
We all hate making mistakes. One thought of comfort is that if we learn from that mistake, then we are in a better place than we were previously. Imagine if you get that big test back and see just how badly you messed up. One thing is certain: you are not going to make that same error again. In fact, you will probably know that math problem better than any other question on your final! The reason is because in a previous Parshah, Nadav and Avihu , the sons of Aaron , made a grave mistake. Their slip-up was so bad that they were served a punishment of death.
We have all heard the sayings "To err is human" and "you live and you learn". We make mistakes every day, large and small, failures and faux pas. But failure and mistakes still don't feel like an awesome learning opportunity. I know it is my shortcomings that make me unique and that I should embrace the stumbles and screw ups. But it is a challenge for me and a challenge for many of us. We live and act in ways to prevent mistakes -- not taking risks, expanding our comfort zones or jumping outside the boxes we hide in. But our mistakes and failures are gifts, gems, guideposts in our learning and growth as people.
Failure is often championed as a critical step in the path to eventual success.
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How to Stop Repeating Mistakes
They equate mistakes with failure. Some people also equate mistake with failure not realizing they are two different things entirely. If we continue to make the same mistakes over time, we become failures. If we learn from our mistakes—and choose to do things differently—over time we achieve success. He actually just made many mistakes in his invention process. Those mistakes caused his invention, the light bulb, to fail. Edison actually succeeded because he learned from his mistakes.