Make Good Mistakes

“As long as you aren’t doing surgery it’s okay to drop a scalpel.” – Connor Jeffers

Today’s thought is brought to you fresh from Praxis Wednesday.

You have to make mistakes to be able to anticipate and avoid mistakes in the future.

If we never made any mistakes we would never learn how to avoid them. If we take the time to learn from our mistakes, however, they become tools that allow us to avoid making the same/similar mistakes in the future.

The fact of the matter is, “the more you learn to stand up when you fall down the better you get at not fall.” – Connor Jeffers.

So, here’s to standing up, because every time I stand up I’m one step closer to not falling again.

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