Being a perfectionist gets to us sometimes. I know, the frustration is real.
How many mistakes do you end up making each day? Or how many missed opportunities have you had?
The frustration is real when you mess up on things. No matter how big or small, you can't help but worry about all the consequences and possibilities.
That's alright. You care because it matters.
But no matter how much we want everything to be perfect, we can never escape the fact that we are fallible humans.
So what is there to bother when we know that we are all liable to fail?
Shall we then be more concerned about how much we can learn each day?
One of the best advices I ever got in college is this: Make as many mistakes as you can. Strange as it may seem, I love this quote because it encourages us to go out there and make things happen -- not out of fear, but out of the hope upon knowing that every experience, whether good or bad, is an opportunity to grow and develop.
Learn to forgive yourself. Declutter your mind from all negativity. Only then you can see the good and find where the opportunity lies.
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