• Well, if you don't, you won't learn from them and keep making the same mistakes.
  • Just a thought but maybe it is so you do not do it again.
  • To keep from repeating them.............M.C.S.
  • those who dont learn from history are destined to repeat it---and that includes our personal history---good question-have some points---smile and enjoy the day
  • Those who do not take heed and learn the lessons of the past are doomed to repeat them.
  • If you don't then you will repeat them.
  • I think it's important to acknowledge our mistakes, so that others don't think we're 'Mr./Miss Perfect' - none of us are. I think it's important to learn from mistakes, so that we can strive to do better, and try to improve ourselves.
  • So you dont make the same mistake again.
  • It is very important to acknowledge and learn from your mistakes to improve your productivity and reliability in the workplace. If you ignore a common mistake other members of staff will see this and could become frustrated with your actions and this could affect your job. Look at a mistakes as an opportunity to be better at your job by learning from it.
  • There are two old sayings: 1] "The only stupid question is the question you don't ask." 2] "So, you thought --- and think --- education is expensive? Just wait until you try ignorance." Ask questions of knowledgeable people. Remember this: When you are in a group and you or someone else asks a question; that question being asked could be a question one or more folks have on their mind, BUT are afraid to ask. DON'T be afraid to ask questions - and keep asking questions until you get understandable answers to your questions. This requires persistence and tenacity. Will some folks think you're a pain in the neck [and another place]? Absolutely. Don't settle for "fluff" answers or "smoke and mirrors" answers. After getting ALL your questions answered to your satisfaction, you should be able to make your decision. NOT TO DECIDE IS TO DECIDE! When you aren't sure how to make a decision, please continue reading my answer. Benjamin Franklin developed a very simple, yet very effective system. You can use more than one sheet of paper for any decision, one career or one type of investment. You can take as long as you like. You can take as little time as you like. You can simply ignore this. This may be your career and your life you’re getting answers to and about. Sit down in a very quiet place. No TV, radio or any other interruptions or distractions. At the top on a blank sheet of paper, write the situation/challenge/problem you are faced with: Should I/we do .....? After the question, draw a vertical line down the middle and a horizontal line across the top of that vertical line - much like a very large upper case "T". On the left side of that middle vertical line, write "For" or "+". On the right side of that middle vertical line, write "Against" or "-". Under that +, number and write down ALL those things or points which could help you to go FOR that question. Under that -, number and write down ALL those things or points which could help you NOT to go or Against that question. Do the same for any and all other decisions you are "sitting on the fence" about. You can switch back from sheet to sheet and from + to - and then from - to +. Look at the numbers between all of your sheets: When the + outnumber/outweigh the -, do it. When the - outnumber/outweigh the +, don't do it. When a person makes mistakes, it means double work. The mistake has to be corrected. Double work means less efficiency and more costs for the operation of the business. If you like "being on the treadmill" - doing the same task over and over and over again, continue making mistakes. You'll soon be out of a position. In other words: Live and learn OR Louse up and leave. The choices AND decisions are yours. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: : My wonderful family! Graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, New Haven, CT campus. Was in the Food and Beverage business over 26 years. In the real estate business over 34 years in Pennsylvania. THE ABSOLUTE BEST, MOST WONDERFUL real estate investment group in the world, which I was very proud to be a member of! Trading stocks and options more than 3 years. TWO [2] of THE ABSOLUTE BEST, MOST wonderful trading groups in the world, which I am most proud to be a member of! My terrific mentors and coaches! On a regular, dependable basis, I volunteer at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. "THE University of Hard Knocks" also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons"
  • Those who don't learn from their mistakes are doomed to repeat them.
  • Because that is how you grow as a person.
  • So you don't make them again !!
  • Acknowledging and learning from our mistakes will help us prevent making the same mistakes in the future.
  • 7-9-2017 You can't learn from your mistakes if you refuse to admit you made them.
  • so you dont do it again

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