Mistakes are inevitable.
If you log in enough minutes doing ANY activity, you’ll accumulate your fair share of slip ups and sloppy moments.
Even Michael Jordan missed a dunk from time to time.
No matter how hard you practice, no matter how much you prepare, no matter how good you become at what you do, you will drop the ball at some point in the future.
The biggest mistake you can make, however, is the mistake of uncritically assuming that your mistakes are evidence that something is wrong with you.
Sometimes, a mistake is simply a mistake.
Sometimes, you don’t need to work on yourself.
Sometimes, you don’t need to do a system overhaul.
Sometimes, you don’t need to figure out the deeper meaning of what happened.
It’s up to you to discern when those times are, but just remember:
You can’t make it through life if you treat every mistake as if it matters.
At least that’s the way I see it.
What about you?