If we learn from our mistakes, then why are we so afraid to make them? I saw this question and it really made me think. It’s an interesting question. Why are we so afraid to make mistakes when they teach us so much? Is it fear of the aftermath from the mistake or is … More If WE LEARN From Our MISTAKES, Why Are We Always So Afraid To Make A Mistake?
The older you get the more you realize that you don’t know as much as you thought you did. You start to realize that life is unpredictable, and things aren’t as simple as you might have thought. You can lay out your path but that doesn’t mean it’s going to go in the direction … More Learn from Everyone Around You! (Be Open and Stop Blocking Your Growth!)
Lately, I’ve been narrowing in on my bad traits. Not the apparent traits that can be easily pointed out, but the negative traits that I never knew that I had. I’ve always been an honest person, who would admit to my faults, but now I’m discovering things about myself that I wasn’t aware of … More Self-Awareness (Coming to Realizations during Solitude. Don’t be Afraid of your Truths.)
In a previous post I’ve mentioned one of my favorite quotes from The Office. It was the last season and Andy Bernard stated, “I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good old days before you’ve actually left them.” That quote stuck with me since the very first time I heard … More When the Good Old Days are Behind You . . . (There’s still hope)
While I was headed out of town last week I was listening to different podcasts on the road, and one of the podcasts was talking about their Enneagram number. They had a panel of people talking about how your number can show you some hard truths. If you’re completely honest while taking the test … More I Got Checked by My Enneagram Number (Blogmas #5)
Why do we judge our past selves with today’s wisdom? I heard Pastor Furtick talk about this recently and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. With age comes wisdom and growth, so why are we so hard on ourselves for our past choices/mistakes? Of course, we would do things a little different now, … More Judging Yesterday’s Self with Today’s Wisdom.