How many of you would make the same decisions today, you made 10 years ago?
Time and experience has a way of creating 20/20 vision as you look through the rearview mirror.
Robert F. Kennedy said,
What if I could erase all of those mistakes?
The irony is, the scar on my chin is a reminder to slow down and use caution. The painful loss of a relationship reminds me to make those important to me a priority. The embarrassing misstep that caused me to feel shame reminds me to choose my words carefully.
The scars I have accumulated over the years, are the war wounds from my battles to reach maturity.
Stephen Covey teaches us that “All things are created twice; first mentally; then physically.” He tells us to
In my mind’s eyes, I see a woman who has actualized her potential. I want to be that women in real life.
I know if I continue to try; I will continue to make mistakes, have missteps, and endure embarrassments.
In the 1903 article Poor Richard Junior’s Philosophy, the author wrote
I also know if I continue to try, I will learn more lessons, fulfill more potential, and experience more success.
Failure, here I come!
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