Why You’ve Never Made The Same Mistake Twice

Have you ever done something and afterward thought, “What the hell was I thinking?”

Of course you have, and if you haven’t, there’s probably a scar on your body or chunk of money missing from your bank account that would tell you otherwise.

People are flawed, and we make mistakes every day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

What we don’t do though, is make the same mistake twice.

Yes, you’ve never made the same mistake twice. How can I tell?

Because, “A mistake repeated more than once is a decision.” – Paulo Coelho

As hard as it is to accept, if we make a mistake and don’t learn from it then there is no one to blame but ourselves.

Just look at the average person’s job for proof.

We choose a career with most of our experience coming from a classroom and not the actual job. Then when we find out we don’t like working at a desk where we are a cog in a wheel that is too big for us to even see what the point of our job is, we’re unhappy.

So what do we do?

We use our experience to get a slightly different job and hope for the best, but just end up doing the same thing over and over again.

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Best,

Joseph Smith

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