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We see mistakes and failure as shameful things. And we usually identify with them:
If I fail a test, then I am a failure. If I make a mistake then I am a mistake.
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“The past can hurt. But from the way I see it, you can either run from it, or… learn from it.”
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What this means for you: You’ve learned from your failures, now learn from your successes — and build off them. Get ready for the next adventure and watch the cycle repeat itself.
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What this means for you: Take stock of what you accomplished. Enjoy it.