Talk to the under-achiever and he’ll tell you he’s afraid of making a mistake. He views them as a bad thing.
The over-achiever has a different take on mistakes. They’re nothing to fear. In fact, they’re stepping stones to success.
Mistakes are feedback you need to achieve any goal. No one travels a straight line to success. Anyone who becomes “someone” encounters corrections on how he speaks, breathes, moves and thinks.
Losers fear mistakes. Winners look for them.
Losers get angry when they make a mistake and refuse to listen to corrective feedback..
Winners pause, breathe, relax and listen to what needs to be done to improve. Then they work on correcting the mistake.
No one I ever met was better at turning mistakes and misfortune into miracles and good fortune than Dan Gable.
Read all about how he helped me learn how to do so as well in Expect to Win – Hate to Lose.
Read about the ONE thing Gable said to me after a painful loss that instantly doubled my abilities.
One sentence turned my life around.
Wonder what that phrase was?
Then you better get the book and discover the very phrase that may instantly double your abilities as well.
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