Updated: Jul 26
It's a new day, a new week, with a blank slate ready for our work to be drafted out onto it. Mistakes will be made along with the accomplishments. I heard a great mentor, Brian Buffini, once say the best way to measure progress is not to assess the number of times we fall, but the amount of time it takes for us to get back on our feet again. The shorter the recovery time, the better the progress.
Failing at something is inevitable. In our relationships, our business, our fitness and our finances, it's human nature to slip now and then. There is gold in the failure, a lesson to learn and an opportunity to become more wise.
Every day holds an invitation for us to practice yesterday's teachings in today's world. It's a great gift! Embrace the journey!
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