“There are two ways to do something. The right way, and again.”
This is a great reminder that we can either do things the right way, or we can do them over. But—and this is huge—the need to do things over isn’t a catastrophic failure.
Yes, we may view the need to try again as a failure to achieve our goal, but it’s not deadly. Failure is a great teacher, and we often come up with better solutions to our problems after not getting it right the first time.
When seeking solutions, our lack of quick achievement shows us how not to accomplish something, which informs our choices going forward. This allows us to forge a stronger, longer-lasting solution.
For more, read Failure Isn’t Terminal Until You Give Up!
I’m Jeff M. Miller, and I help ordinary people who are stuck in a rut change their behaviors so they can be extraordinary. I’m an entrepreneur who retired from my full-time job in my early 40s to work from home. I’m a financial counselor, life coach, graphic designer, and passionate believer in helping others improve their lives a little more each day.