From an early age, we take in what we see, file it away, and repurpose it in one way or another. As we get older, we continue to gather information from others and decide what to do with it.
When disliking mistakes and all that comes with it perpetuates this idea that we shouldn’t make mistakes, we’re not doing ourselves any favors. Because the reality is, we will make mistakes (and then we’ll make some more!). So, how can we get used to the idea and get to this point of welcoming them?
We’ve found that the ways we learn by observing via our devices can be applied to ways we learn lessons in our lives. Through the following four techniques, we can become better observers in our day-to-day (when we’re off our phones!)...
What can we learn from these feelings? Whether we feel only positive, only uncomfortable, or a mixture of both, there’s a lot that these feelings can tell us.