Sometimes, in business and in life, we make mistakes. Some people see it as an opportunity to improve and excel. You know, to showcase that you can overcome just about any challenge. Others, well, they throw in the towel and that’s ok too if you feel that it’s the right thing to do for your situation and circumstance.
Either way, I think that the best thing you can do is consult your friends, family and anyone who you consider a part of your support group. Think about your situation and how you’re going to address it. Overcome your obstacle and learn from your mistake.
Personally, I’m of the opinion that failure makes us stronger.
Good stuff Ricardo, thanks for posting it. My Dad always told me growing up, “In losing, don't lose the lesson.” Sometimes there is more learned when we fail or do not achieve the outcome we wanted. Goes along with no such thing as an overnight success. Michael Jordan failed many times more than he succeed yet he is regarding as the best BB player in history. Good lessons there.
Ricardo Bueno says
Hey Tyler, thanks for stopping by and thanks for the comment! Love that quote from your dad. Truth is, we all make mistakes (in business and in life). If we learn from those mistakes, I think that we come out ahead. In addition to that, I think it's safe to say that we learn not only from our own mistakes, but from the mistakes of others, so it's important to learn from others as well.
Again, thanks for chiming in! Hope to see you around here again soon…
I've been a big fan of Honda since the nearly all of my adult life. Today…after seeing this…even more! It's in how we view failures. Do we see them as stepping stones to our success, or do we see them the end all, be all? I'm going with the stepping stones leading us to someplace greater!
Speaking of that “someplace greater” and the success that comes…YOU are doing that!!! Great to see all that you are accomplishing, my friend!!