“When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.”

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Success is a result of failure and mistakes. Nobody has achieved anything worthwhile in this world without fail. You are worthy of your own forgiveness. Always take ownership of your mistakes, you will never truly learn the lessons you must master to move forward in that particular area of your life. Think back to all the mistakes you made in life and consider how they have strengthened your ability. Consider the skills that your mistakes have taught you, and also how they have shaped your knowledge, personality, your experience. Your goals are naturally riddled with mistakes; with errors of judgment; with unforeseen circumstances, and with miscalculated decisions. We’re not perfect, and that’s a fact.

Whenever past memories are coming to our mind, we need to do just one thing learn from that, go into the root cause of it so that you will never do it again in future, that is important. Whenever you do anything wrong, it was not your mistake, but repeating, again and again, the same mistake that is a mistake. When You did not know the outcome and think something you are going to do surely right according to you but you fail, that is not your mistake. Forgive yourself and grow out of it. Learn from it and never repeat similar things in the future. Whenever you do something new in life there is 100% possibility of success and failure, you can’t control as result is not in your hands. Failure is not a mistake, repeating the same and being sad all the time because of failure is a mistake. Crying all time because of one wrong decision is a mistake.

There is no problem in this universe is as big as you think, your problem is. The universe is very big and your problem or mistake is negligible in this universe so just think about it. No problem or mistake can control you. You are always bigger than your all problems. It is, however, important to remember that you are not your mistakes. Mistakes are what you do, and not who you are. You must not get this mixed up.

Failures aren’t the greatest feelings, it’s true. However, we live our lives in irony. Though we dislike how we feel having just tripped up, we continue to beat ourselves up way after the fact. We cause our own suffering. Furthermore, we seem to forget that when we make mistakes, we grow.

our mistakes can fuel our awareness. In helping us decide how to act and react in a fresh and fruitful way, they can bring us closer to happiness and further away from causing our own suffering.

You are wiser today than yesterday. Though you might feel bad because you’re encountering the same or a similar problem, this time it’s with a different view and varied perspective. Just get rid of the repetitive mode of life and go to the next level of the game of life like video game!!

Ask yourself:

What did I want to do?

What went wrong?

How is this mistake helpful?

What am I grateful for?

What is the opportunity here?

Where did I go wrong?

What can I learn from this?

What events led up to this mistake?

How could the mistake have potentially been avoided?

How has this mistake changed me?

How has this mistake shaped how I think?

What must I do differently?

How would others approach this?

How can I get started?

How must I avoid repeating the same mistake again in the future?

What skills might be helpful to learn the next time I’m working on a similar mistake?

What resources might be of value that will help me to handle similar mistakes in the future far more effectively?

Mistakes are inevitable and unavoidable, it’s probably a good idea to think ahead into the future and begin preparing for mistakes in advance. Making sure that you are bringing lessons from the past to help you in the present moment.

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9 thoughts on ““When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.”

  1. A wonderful topic discussed and views shared for self gaining confidence ! Lovely post

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