The mistakes you’ve made are never just a mistake. They’re gifts.
You see, the worst things in life can become the best.
I got fired in my twenties from the only career path I was qualified for. It was what I got my master’s degree in for goodness sake.
Sure, I thought my future was crushed before it even started and that I had, not only a worthless master’s degree, but became a new master of failure. But that wasn’t the case.
Even though I didn’t know it at the time, that event sent me on the trajectory that helped me find what I actually loved doing.
My firing let me start my business and become an entrepreneur. It indirectly caused me to move back to my hometown, meet my wife, have my kids.
Bad became good.
I believe it was Divine grace.
But whatever you believe, the worst mistake you can make is reliving your mistakes, punishing yourself over and over, and never letting yourself free from them.
When you do that, you rob yourself from becoming something new, better. You don’t grow; you only wallow.
But when you accept your mistakes and learn from them, you’ll transform.
You will feel rich.