So many people try their very best to not make a mistake that they never ending up trying. The do so to keep their perfect record of not making a mistake, It might seem crazy to think this. You might be wondering who does that?
Let me hasten to say that I have met people who in their own words have said they would rather not try just in case they fail. They don't want to fail.
Are you one of those people? Do you know people like that?.
What if you thought differently about making mistakes? What if you were to look at mistakes differently?.
In this episode that's exactly what our guest Matthew Turner did for us. He shared on how to define mistakes in a way that is more helpful than hurtful.
He spoke about his new book "Successful Mistakes" which came about from interviewing over 150 successful people and had them talk about their own mistakes.
My take away from this episode is that no matter who you are, you will make mistakes and it's better to quickly accept that as such
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