23September

EXPERIENCING failure doesn’t mean BEING a failure!

I believe we all know how horrible the feeling that accompanies "Oh no, what have I done?" Just trying to reach the point of mustering enough courage to admit making a mistake of some kind can cause most of us to become physically sick.. No matter who you are or where you have been, we all know these feelings. I have been there and I am now here to share with you that it's not the feelings nor the mistake that should get the forever focus. The most important thing is how we deal with them.Mistakes ignored or taken for granted can lead down the path of them being made again. Mistakes acknowledged and dealt with constructively can pave the way for a legacy.

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