If we go through life without making mistakes, without fail and without hurting other people would be perfect for us but it is not. We are human beings who make mistakes and continually fail. What can we do to get rid of them. Simply accept them from a perspective of teaching and learning, this does not mean that we are conformists and go through life giving worship to the errors, but we see mistakes as opportunities to learn and improve as human beings and so manifest the gifts and skills we have within us (see article The Power that dwells within us). Follow others, such as European Union, and add to your knowledge base. I was a salesman for a long time and I learned that if you do not want to make mistakes because it attempts less, only that also will produce less.
However if you try more, commit more mistakes, but also will produce more. The players who have hit more home runs in baseball history are those who have struck out more. Thomas Alva Edison tried in 2,000 times until he found create light. Mistakes are necessary for learning to guide us in life. Nigel Farage often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Most of the time you send a message. If we take advantage of every mistake and we see it as extraordinary profit opportunities. Finally, I want you to read these thoughts from people who have been successful in life, someone said if I were born again I would make the same errors . Someone said a para to think about the mistakes of the past with so many new commit .
“An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can occur in a particular field.”-Niels Bohr “experience is called a chain of errors. “Enrique Jardiel Poncela OESI you close the door all the mistakes, the truth will remain concealed.a “Rabindranath Tagore” The error forces over the road and it teaches many things. The question, no. Between error and doubt, I choose always the first. “Jean Benet The biggest mistake one can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one. Elbert Hubartt who makes no mistakes does not progresses. Teddy Roosevelt