Admitting mistakes is not a sign of weakness.
Even though that’s the popular understanding, and impression.
If anything, admitting mistakes is a sign of strength.
Mistakes are not the terrible, horrible, life ending things that they are often perceived as.
Making mistakes does not end your life.
Making mistakes does not make you a failure.
Making mistakes is not the end of the road.
No, mistakes can be (and often are) useful and valuable resources.
Mistakes enable you to learn.
Mistakes give you valuable insights to do things better.
Mistakes can make you better and stronger.
Mistakes can be a resource, or they can be limiter – it really all depends on how you deal with them.
Like Henry Ford famously said, whether you think you can or can’t, you are right.
Mistakes can be extremely valuable, but only if you view them as such.
It all depends on your mindset.
That’s why when you change your mindset, you can change your life.
Treat mistakes as learning opportunities.