Some things are workable. Others are not.
Every time you make a mistake, there’s an opportunity to learn.
And the greater the pain, the more likely you are to internalize and remember the lessons.
If the pain is great enough, there will be no reason to repeat your mistakes. It will have been extensive enough that you won’t even let yourself go back to the status quo.
And that results in innovation – a new way of doing things. Sometimes, it even means cutting things off and never doing them again.
As we live in a world of contrast, it isn’t just normal to make mistakes. It’s crucial that we do.
It’s not always welcome or pleasant. But the pain is a great teacher unlike any other.