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We all make mistakes, gaffes, blunders, goofs and slip-ups. But, however faulty or error-prone you might think you are, getting things wrong is only a small part of what you do.

Everyone is so naturally successful at so much stuff it not only boggles the mind it also awes the spirit!

Next time you – or someone else – starts to pick on one of your ‘mistakes’, switch your attention – or theirs – by thinking about all the things you do right each day. There are thousands of them.

You have more successes than failures, we all do.

 

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