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If you don’t make mistakes, you’re doing it wrong

Published on 5/14/2013
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“We are all born ignorant, but it takes remarkable work to remain so,” my university mentor once advised our class. He continued that growth requires humility, courage and commitment: If you don’t make mistakes, you’re doing it wrong. If you don’t correct those mistakes, you’re doing it really wrong. If you can’t accept your mistakes, you’re not doing it at all. Methods are many, principles are few. Methods change, but principles never do. Dr. Winter would tell us this repeatedly. Truth is malleable like glass; it changes shape over time, but its material remains the same. Though it can be colorfully stained, creating prisms of light, it remains transparent to those willing to consider it, despite its changing shape. The truth is subject to change based upon the passage of time through your life, the introduction of new information through study, the consideration of divergent perspectives through travel (virtual or real), and the broadening of social awareness through collaboration. I’ve changed my opinions many times. Two years from now, if I believe exactly the same things in exactly the same way, I will have worked very hard to remain ignorant. As time, study, travel and growth expand perspectives, we must accept our mistaken judgments, learn from them, so that we can see the same thing in NEW ways. Look back through your history, what has remained constant? Those are your principles. What has changed: your methods. Exercise, nutrition, relationships, careers, finances, community, all of these things have various methods based upon our current perspective. Instead of trying to find the right way to do things, consider the mistakes that your current view may be creating, and allow them to expand your perspective. The path to growth is paved with errors, but overgrown with denial. You are not bad for being wrong. If you find where you’ve been making mistakes, accept them and change, you’re doing it RIGHT! Enhanced by Zemanta If you don’t make mistakes, you’re doing it wrong. If you don’t correct those mistakes, you’re doing it really wrong. If you can’t accept your mistakes, you’re not doing it at all. I made mistakes in the past trying to market my business I accept my mistakes and this is what I’m doing to better my marketing techniques I hope you enjoy
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