Accept Your Mistakes



Take the opportunity today to accept your mistakes.

Fortunately for me I’ve never made a mistake in my life!

 Yeah right!

It’s a bit of a cliché to say we must learn from our mistakes but here’s the thing – if you become afraid of mistakes you take less risks. If you take less risks it means pushing yourself less. If you push yourself less you’ll achieve less, get less, experience less and ultimately, live less of a life.

Not all of us are bungee jumping, skydiving, white-water-rafting thrill seekers, but, we each have to find our own risk limits. One of those bungee jumpers may be terrified of starting their own company for instance. So, find your comfort zone, then step outside it a little. Then a little bit more and so on. When you make a mistake, retrace your steps, find where you went wrong, apply an amended strategy and go again.

Mistakes are our teachers – look forward to meeting them, embrace them, then suck every ounce of wisdom out of them as you can.


About the Author: Stuart Young writes his thoughts on his blog How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time. He  launched his book on this topic in May 2012 and has since helped people change their lives. Click here  to get your copy now! He is also one of the authors of the book, “The Best Inspirational Storie I Ever Read: Guide to a Purposeful Life”.


  1. ajmurphree says:

    Great posting…came on a good day for me. ajm

  2. Sharla says:

    Life = Risk
    A step outside the box is seeing life as an adventure! No risk means there is no adventure:>)

  3. TKSoni says:

    Well said. Stuart “Step out of Comfort zone & take risk “.

  4. So true Stuart, figure out what happened and move forward!

  5. Stuartart says:

    These mistakes are our greatest teachers – if we just view them that way. Thanks Tina. :)

  6. Donna Leeding says:

    I find that with taking risks you need confidence in your own judgement and that is not so easy to get. So think about what things you do that you are confident in and understand why that is. Is it because you do it regularly? Is it that you do it naturally or were you taught how to do it? If you can understand how you were successful you can work out how to replicate it. Once you can do that you can take steps that help you take risks with more confidence. Just a thought!

    Well done bruv. So very proud of you!

  7. thanks for the advise-we can prove it in history.

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