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In life, we all look at things. We look at the road not taken. We look at the might have been. And, we take stock of the, “how did I get here?”

We should be careful when looking at what could’ve been in the past. We are mostly sane rational people who strive to do our best. Do we make mistakes along the way? Of course, we do. Remember though it is only a mistake the second time we do it. The first time we error we need to look at it as a learning opportunity.

If we can understand why something went wrong and set actions and motion to try not to do that again, we have learned something. Does that mean will always make errors only once? I am afraid not. Often, not careful, we can make the same mistakes again and again. The more we pay attention, though, the higher our great can grow through effort.

Some people make lists of do’s and don’ts. Others, draw maps with goals and milestones. Some people just say wow I’ll never do that again. And some people just chalk it up to fate.

I believe that fate is what we make of things. If I’ve done something wrong and don’t take some steps to correct it, I am likely to repeat those mistakes. I believe if I take positive corrective action, I am more likely to succeed the next time the same circumstances up.

Please don’t take my word for this. Sit down and take a look at. Go out and try it. In the course see what works and does not work for you. We may face the same good things, and we also face the same bad things. Just remember, we are all individuals.

Thanks for being with me today. If you’d like to learn more about this subject, or would like to add to it, please comment, and we can discuss it farther.

Have a great and wonderful week.

Author: Mike Balof

Mike Balof, MEd, develops intensive, interactive courses which have helped contract manufacturing and nonprofit institutions. He taught youth and adults seeking employment to better represent themselves, leading many of them to successful careers. Mike taught in corporate training, teaching adults and high school students to build computers, work as a team, and to identify and fix problems using a myriad of tools from Total Quality Management(TQM), to 8-D, to Six Sigma. Mike now turns his talents to helping fellow veterans reach their objectives and desires through continuous performance improvement. As we start to live in a post knowledge world, where a doubling of common knowledge shrinks from months to days, our essential skills will include how we interact with those around us. Mike believes there is hope for growth and opportunity for everyone. Everyone has the opportunity to retool and find the career they want. Mike strives to present students of all ages, abilities, and means with a full plate of options for learning.

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