The way I see it, so long as we’re getting out there and learning from what didn’t go right the first time around, we’re only helping ourselves through gaining the knowledge and wisdom that can be passed onto others.
Nitpicking stifles creativity.
I learned how to deal with, picky and angry clients, how to write about something I have zero prior knowledge of (hazardous waste is not exactly a popular topic) and I even sat in on planning sessions to watch an entire campaign play out.
The worst mistake I made in my first business is that we were profitable.
If Kim’s day-to-day routine and decisions are the biggest thing you have to get angry about, maybe you need to get a better life for yourself.
Most things in life are negotiable and you can improve your negotiation skills with four easy tips.
How many boyfriends have you had in the past?
1. Being too available.
Rather than entertaining regret and invoking the counterproductive what-if line of thinking, it makes sense to extract a nugget of wisdom from every experience, especially the most upsetting ones.
It’s time to forget about where you’ve been, what you’ve done, and who you used to be. God doesn’t care about your failures, mistakes, or even you mishaps.