Why Mistakes & Failures are Necessary
By Tiny Buddha on August 10, 2012
Scared still afraid to make a mistake. What if I fail? What if I'm not good enough? What if I do it wrong? I have asked myself all these things so many times over the years. That is why I like this very vulnerable and insightful article about why we need mistakes and failures.
People tell me all the time that they admire me for going after what I really want. But people only see what they want to; they forget that behind every truly large success, there are a million failures. For every good sentence that I write, there are thousands more that need to be rewritten.
So far, in my adult career, where I’m at now is my lowest point. There is nothing on the horizon that promises that the work I’m doing now will pay off. My life is a gamble.
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