Learning from a Mistake
|August 20, 2013||Posted by bella under Business|
“Successful people are people who always learn from mistakes.”
When asked “if ever make mistakes?” Probably almost everyone would answer “yes ever.” It is natural for a human, all people often do things wrong when they do not know which is correct. Even people who are already experts had also never made a mistake. Because they can become an expert like now, after they managed to find the correct answer to avoid mistakes they ever made.
When we do things, sometimes we can not do well until we often make a mistake. Although anyone who has ever made a mistake, but not many of them are able to learn from the mistakes he did. Usually they can only cry and blame themselves for the mistakes they once did. When in fact there is a mistake in a big lesson we can take the benefits.
From the mistakes we have done, intentionally or not our purpose. Giving great lesson to us, one of the benefits is to always evaluate the attitude that still is not quite right. The mistake we often make, actually arise because of the lack of information on us. So with the evaluation of deficiencies – deficiencies that we have to help us not repeat the same mistakes in the future.
In addition to evaluating everything that we did, the error can also provide motivation for us to find out how to rise from failure that we get for our mistakes. Because every mistake we have done, certainly has a way and the most appropriate solution to resolve it. In fact where there is an error there must be a great way for determination of the right things.
So also in running a business, if someone is still using the wrong business strategy is not rare that they run the business will fail. But with the learning, the business people will try to improve the strategy used to develop its business. All depends on each individual – each, if you want to be successful is to learn to find a way out of your mistakes. Hopefully with the motivation to learn from a mistake, can provide inspiration for you to keep trying to rise from failure.