The Perosn Who Doesn’t Make Mistakes is Unlikely Make Anything
Paul Arden said that failures and false starts are a precondition of success. Failing is normal. It is just a short breakdown before striving to a successful future path and gateway. We learn from mistakes and gain the experience through foul and stressful steps.
Benjamin Franklin once said,
“I haven’t failed, I’ve had 10,000 ideas that didn’t work.”
Thomas Edison said,
“Of the 200 light bulbs that didn’t work, every failure told me something that I was able to incorporate into the next attempt.”
These guys really understood that failures is the process to archive success. Don’t get mad or stress if you encounter a painful failure, just learn and go with it and to the best to drive your effort to success.
Failure was a major contributor to life success. The person who doesn’t make mistakes is unlikely make anything.