Learning after a Fall
-Abraham Lincoln ran for numerous political offices and lost. His fiancé died. He started two businesses and they both failed. Yet he became our sixteenth president.
-Babe Ruth was the strikeout king, and he was also the homerun king.
-The post-it note was a mistake that sold millions.
-A waffle vendor ran out of plates at the 1904 World’s Fair and ended up creating the ice cream cone.
The key is this: Don’t let your mistakes define who you are.
Just because we made a mistake
doesn't mean we are a failure.
We learn and we recover.
Michelangelo once said, “I’m still learning.”
Ah, that is the secret.
The ‘learning” that happens after a fall.
P Michael Biggs
One Moment at a Time