I assert my right to make a few mistakes
I assert my right to make a few mistakes.
Everyone makes mistakes. Mistakes are a natural part of the learning process. I accept that I make mistakes and learn from them. They improve me.
Each mistake I make teaches me something about who I am, where I’ve been, or where I am going. When I make a mistake, I still feel good about myself.
I see mistakes as an opportunity to learn something new. Learning helps me do more in my life. I move forward because I know I can continue to learn. The more I learn, the more I grow.
In order to learn and grow, I must make mistakes. They are a part of life, and they are not a reflection on my worth or value. I am strong, intelligent, and healthy, and making mistakes is accepted and normal for even the best of us.
I see only the value of my mistakes and nothing else. I feel good about myself, regardless of any mistakes I make. I accept my past and future mistakes as an important part of me.
Any mistake I make brings me closer to my goal of understanding. I appreciate the learning opportunities I am given. I use my mistakes to better myself, make good choices, and move forward into a happy, healthy, joyous future.
Today, I accept my mistakes and learn from them, because they help me grow.
Questions for Reflection:
- How can you turn your mistakes into something positive?
- What can you learn from the mistakes you’ve made in the past?
- How can you better accept making mistakes in the future?