Joseph Walker
by Joseph Walker
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We all make them. We dwell on the little ones and beat ourselves up over the big ones. Society leads us to beleive that perfection is the key to success; our errors are a direct reflection of our competency and self worth. Therfore, we try to minimize the mistakes we make, or worse, we refrain from activity or decisions altogether for fear of making them.

What defines us is not the mistakes we make but how we respond to them. As the late, great Bob Ross used to say, “We don’t make mistakes, we just have happy little accidents.” Mistakes are how we learn. Don’t be afraid to make more of them.