When we're terrified of making mistakes - Deepstash

When we're terrified of making mistakes

This happens when you don't possess the knowledge about the consequences of the mistakes in your life now.

Thus, the most important thing for people that want to become more confident decision-makers is to start making some mistakes on purpose. This is train your brain to not see mistake as something dangerous, even if they cause you embarrassment.


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"An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin

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