The greatest mistake you can make in life is continually fearing that you’ll make one.

Elbert Hubbard

Have you wondered if you do the next action, will it be a “mis-take” or it will give you your outcome?

Maybe you view or experience failure as a “mis-take.” If you start to see something or the event as a “mis-take,” it is like in my wife’s professional career (advertising). When they are making a new commercial, they have lots of “mis-takes.” They call them versions, flops, or duds. They will do another “take.” They know they are going in to shoot a commercial over and over until they have enough “film” (now it is all digital) to go into the edit studio and piece together a top-notch commercial.

The more “mis-takes” you make, the more you can learn.  You are human. Recognizing that “mis-takes” are inevitable gives you the ability to use “mis-takes” as a growth opportunity instead of a setback. The following “Rules of Being Human” describe what life is all about. There is a rule that says “you and I will learn lessons.” There is another rule that there are no “mis-takes”—only lessons. One more rule is a lesson is repeated until it is learned. A further rule is if you don’t learn the easy lessons, they get harder. Finally, the rule is you will know you have learned a lesson when your actions change.

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