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Who likes making mistakes? Literally, no one that I personally know. We’re all too familiar with that gut-wrenching feeling. That moment you realize that you made a big blunder. The guilt and shame hijack the mind before we can even try to get up and dust ourselves off. Everyone handles mistakes and failure differently, but we can all agree on the negative feeling that they accompany. Why are we inherently biased towards a fundamental aspect of being human? What if we started to look at our mistakes as learning opportunities? –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Who likes making mistakes? Literally, no one that I personally know. We’re all too familiar with that gut-wrenching feeling. That moment you realize that you made a big blunder. The guilt and shame hijack the mind before we can even try to get up and dust ourselves off. Everyone handles mistakes and failure differently, but we can all agree on the negative feeling that they accompany. Why are we inherently biased towards a fundamental aspect of being human? What if we started to look at our mistakes as learning opportunities? –Guri
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After a long day at work, Sarah stopped to pick up groceries. Tired, she quickly loaded them into her car. Except that when she got home, she realized that she had loaded them into the wrong car.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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Two brothers driving home took a wrong turn. Frustrated, they ended up paying toll at a bridge they did not need to cross. However, this mistake was not in vain. Serendipity had other plans.
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Driveway mistake turns into random acts of kindness
Hugs Michael Faust had his landscaping team break ground at the wrong home. Yikes! But that didn’t stop him from turning a massive mistake into a blessing.
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In this New York Times article, Tim Herrera covers how to make the best of it when you make a mistake: So You’ve Made a Huge Mistake. What Now? It’s fine. You’re fine. Everything is O.K.
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