Turning Mistakes To Valuable Lessons

You aren’t the first person to feel remorseful after doing a wrong deed. Neither are you the first to promise yourself never to do that again.
However, you find your self in it again, you almost feel like there’s no way out. Just about everyone has lost faith in you, they don’t trust you anymore. I know it’s painful though you may even be labeled as a bad person.
But what if I told you that you could turn these mistakes into life-long lessons? Yep, that’s right.
You sure can and they’ll help you gain wisdom you’ll need in Future.

Ways To Turn Them

The first and most important, Acknowledging them:
How often do you admit you’re at fault when you really are? Do you use the five magic words?(Please, Excuse me, Sorry, Thank you and Pardon Me). It’s vital that you own up to your mistakes and acknowledge them, and be ready to apologize in words and actions. Also, go extra miles to make sure you’re even with your partner. 🙂
Draft A Plan:
After you’ve kept the above in your mind, you need to create a plan that’ll help guard you against falling into the same trap.
Write down your points neatly and flexible, You may need to adjust them later on. In order to accomplish this, have a sincere thought on how to improve yourself in future knowing that chastising yourself wouldn’t get you far.

Reflect:
You need to think and reflect. Ask your self-questions about why you reacted the way you did, what stimulated your reaction, how do I improve better next time? and the likes. That way, you get your answers written down and you’ll understand your self better and how to avoid it next time.

Self-Discipline:
Seriously, you need to stop paying much attention to gratification. Make healthy choices that’ll improve your mental and physical being. Also, learn to move forward after every mistake.

You can’t go back and start a new beginning, but you can start from where you are, and make a brand new ending

Start from where ever point you are now and make new resolutions that’ll govern your mode of operation. Never compromise your standards for any reason.

Alchemy

By Lawson Elijah

Positive Impartation

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Jethro M. Fanoga
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Jethro M. Fanoga

Everybody fails, it all depends on how you bounce back.

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Aloha Santiago
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Emmanuel Daniel Fortis
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Fortis, Emmanuel Daniel B. / MAR141 / Sociology
– Having mistakes in the past makes us who we are now.

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Jan Ericson S. Castillo

Reflection is the most important among others.

Cristina Asumbrado
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see mistakes as a source of lesson

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Amador, Ma. Angelica

Will try this one

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-It’s not wrong to be wrong, sometimes being wrong can actually be the right thing to do

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KenWML (@kenwillayona)
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Take those mistakes as lessons to improve.

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Franz Rodriguez
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This would really help me as a student

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