Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Mistake Equals Growth

The beauty about being in business is that I get to learn new things every single day. Be it about in business, about life, about pursuit of success, and failure, you nameit!
New lessons seems to pop up on a daily basis.
This is what I call GROWTH
As Benjamin Franklin had said, If you are not growing you are dying.
No wonder I often hear from former colleagues cringe every time they discuss about life at work. They often say, "I'm not learning anything", 'I feel like I'm stuck here forever", "There is no personal growth", "It's the same old same", and
How could you expect growth to happen when you do the same things you do, over and over?
Perhaps the main reason why there's no (or little) growth being in a job is that as a worker, you are not allowed to commit mistakes. Because if you commit a mistake in your job, it will be costly on the perspective of the business where you are
working for. You might be even charged or fined for the losses or worst, get fired.
But in business or life in general, making mistakes is the fastest way to learn and to grow. Because it will present you an opportunity to correct the mistakes, and as long
as you improve and grow yourself from that mistake, you will bring
yourself closer to your goals.

Make mistakes and the sooner you make them, the sooner you'll become successful.
As my mentor always remind us, money follows growth! If you want more money in your life, allow yourself to grow a thousand or even a million times.
Cheers to your endless growth!,
Coach Jervis
"Motivated to succeed"

1 comment:

  1. Very great post! I agree in what you are saying here Jarvis! If we don't learn from our mistakes, the same things will show up again in our lives, which we are not growning mentality and the right manner! Mistakes are a stepping stone for us to examine ourselves and change our direction so that sucess can come our way! I agree with you that mistakes are very common in our society, no person is perfect at all! We are striving for perfection, but without learning from mistakes there is no growth at all! Thanks for posting Jarvis!


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