"After you have decided on something, you can look at that decision, that movement or direction, as a lesson, a problem-solving technique. If it solves the problem, then you are content with the decision. If it does not, you make another decision.
Whichever way your decision leads you, it is a positive action because it promotes direction and forward movement."
I am realizing this more and more as I work with myself and clients. The fear of making a "wrong" decision or the declaration of failure after taking a misstep is a misunderstanding. This can stop you from moving forward and revealing your success.
I'm realizing more and more that the success is in actually taking the next step and to gain the wisdom from the experience.
“Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Marcus Larson- Waterfall in Småland, 1856