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5 Things You Can Learn from Your Mistakes

Find Life Lessons When You're Less Than Perfect

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  • Good points.

    Will Rogers said "Learn from the mistakes of others. You won't live long enough to make them all yourself!"

    Keep on keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life…
    211 Until tomorrow!


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    “All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination.”
    ~ Earl Nightingale
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  • This is important. Not easy but something I am learning. Thanks
  • Very inspirational! I really needed this today! Yay!
  • Great information. Thanks for sharing!
  • There's a lot of good info here... Thanx!
  • Great article and lots of useful tips mentioned.
  • Great Thank you for sharing.
  • Plenty to think about. Wonderful, whimsical Wednesday!


  • Mistakes offer us chances to learn and grow, and in these failures, you'll find wisdom for reaching any goal, be it weight-loss, health, fitness, professional or something else. After all, as James Joyce once wrote, “A man's errors are his portals of discovery.” What can you start learning from your mistakes?

    thanks for a great thought provoking put into practice opportunities article

  • I immediately made a pact with myself to not fall into this trap again, but to learn from my mistakes. I learned the power of taking time off, listening and respecting my body, going with the flow, being easy on myself and finding happiness in the present. love love love this quote!!!

    why yes i believe i will ponder the above statements....:)
    happy Tuesday everyone....we get to choose our own thoughts!
  • This is exactly my problem right now and I'm getting close to burnout. I feel angry and resentful very quickly which is sad, because I want to relax a little and be more happy.

    I liked what the author said about falling into the process. that is something i'll write down.
  • it sounded like you were telling my story except for the running part. I had my meltdown too. It cost me two months of intensive group therapy, a heart procedure and a minor stroke. Now I work 40 hours per week and make time to love my cats and dogs. I make time to have a message weekly. it is amazing what it takes to get you thinking.
  • I wish I would have seen this yesterday before my own mini-meltdown, I was coming to this conclusion overnight but what a great message to wake up to this morning. It turns my blurry vision into a clear path.
  • What a great article! I have always been a perfectionist and it's always been "all or nothing" with me. I am gradually learning that good health is all about accepting who you are and sometime realizing the rules that work for one person are not necessarily the ones that will work for me. I am working on becoming better now but not perfect!

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