Sometimes things go wrong. And sometimes it’s not your fault, because sometimes it’s because of someone else’s mistake. But most of the time, we can learn something from our mistakes—and that’s what makes it worth trying again! When you’re faced with a setback or a problem, just remember: there’s always a lesson to be learned and that’s what makes it worth trying again. So when things go wrong this week (and they will), ask yourself “What can I learn from this?” or “Is there something about this situation that I can be grateful for?”
So let’s say things haven’t been going as planned. (Spoiler alert: it happens to everyone.) My top tip for handling setbacks? Stop, take a step back, and look at what you’re going to do next.
Mistakes are normal.
It means you’re learning something, and that’s important.
Let’s face it—mistakes are normal. They’re even a good thing sometimes! It means you’re learning something, and that’s important.
They give us the chance to learn something new, make changes, and do better next time around. So why not take advantage of this opportunity? You know the saying “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”? It’s true! Every time something goes wrong, or doesn’t work like we expected it to (or we just plain mess up), we get one step closer to becoming our best selves—and that’s worth celebrating!