Everybody makes mistakes. Failure is when you make the same mistake over and over.(Anonymous)
Human is a statue of mistakes and its a fact everyone makes mistakes in life, but that doesn’t mean they have to pay for them the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad choices. It doesn’t mean they’re bad…it means they’re human! (Anonymous).
But their is a one difference between the successful and unsuccessful people. Successful people admit their mistakes and try to learn and grow from their mistakes, but people who have hard time admitting their mistakes turned out as unsuccessful.
I have made a lot of mistakes in my life and to help you avoid failure, here are the 06 mistakes which you should never repeat in your life.
1. Overlooking your gut sense.
Once in a while we sense something is off without having the capacity to clarify why. It’s anything but difficult to rebate these senses, maybe in light of the fact that we’re not so much beyond any doubt in the event that we should confide in a slouch over our normal personality. Be that as it may, effective individuals just commit that error once before they understand that their gut senses ought to never be overlooked. Considering your senses will give you a more extensive view of what’s happening and make you more certain of your choices.
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2. Not asking Why.
One thing which i have learned in my professional life that you should develop a habit of questioning everything you don’t know why it is happening. This will not only help you to learn a lot of new things but will also help you to improve your critical thinking and decision making skills.
3. Living in a Safe Harbor.
“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” – John A. Shedd
The same is true for human beings, we are a victim of living our lives in a way which is more safe and secure and their is a chance that you continually take no chances throughout everyday life, you’re presumably planning to abstain from committing errors by obliging the crowd. And trust me this is one of the greatest missteps of all. History is full of examples and stories of successful people who were gallant enough to strike out without anyone else.
4. Playing Blame Game
Neglecting to assume liability for your missteps and attempting to blame others rather is fantastically dangerous to yourself and people around you. However it is among our most human inclinations since we don’t care to concede the part we played in disappointment. Fruitful individuals are responsible, and this gains them the regard of others. They assume liability for their oversights and hence develop past them.
5. Getting Driven by Your Emotions.
Our feelings can offer relevant and important feedback about a decision, but irrelevant emotions triggered by a completely unrelated event can take us off track. Contrary feelings like envy, uncertainty and outrage can torment even the most coherent individuals, obfuscating their judgment and prompting poor basic leadership.
6. Trying to Become a jack of all Trades
As the saying goes “You can do anything, But not Everything”. Nobody turns out to be fiercely effective and perfect without the assistance of others, but still we appear to need to do everything all alone. And most of the people burnout while following this path of becoming jack of all trades.