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Own Your Mistakes

Own Your Mistakes

When you start, you won't be good at most things. Most jobs are apprenticeship-oriented. You have to learn by following and doing, meaning you will make mistakes. That's ok.

What's not ok is not owning your mistakes or making the same mistake twice. So when you make a mistake, own it and build a system to avoid it in the future.

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Geek that loves minimal and harmonious designs. I'm learning Japanese.

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