Jan 9, 2020

Admit Mistakes

Steps

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#*Drive home from work without a map, following a brand new route. When you feel lost, how will you react? Will you ask for help or keep driving even more lost? Will you call home to admit what you're doing?
 
#*Drive home from work without a map, following a brand new route. When you feel lost, how will you react? Will you ask for help or keep driving even more lost? Will you call home to admit what you're doing?
 
#Deal with some change. In each case, you're pushing yourself outside of your usual habit or comfort zone. And you're opening yourself up to someone else noticing and possibly judging you. Try reacting in these ways:[[Image:Admit Mistakes Step 16 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Deal with some change. In each case, you're pushing yourself outside of your usual habit or comfort zone. And you're opening yourself up to someone else noticing and possibly judging you. Try reacting in these ways:[[Image:Admit Mistakes Step 16 Version 2.jpg|center]]
#*Own up to the mistake. "Why yes! So I am reading this newspaper upside down. To be honest, I'm actually snoozing behind it but you've caught me out!"
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#*Own up to the mistake. "Why yes! So I am reading this newspaper upside down. To be honest, I'm actually snoozing behind it but you've caught me out!" Also be honest to the person because if you lie then its worse
#*Make amends if needed. "I'm sorry I dropped your favorite jar of pickles. I was testing out a theory. I'll buy a new one in the morning."
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#*Make amends if needed. "I'm sorry I dropped your favorite jar of jelly i needed it. I'll buy a new one in the morning."
 
#*Most of all, focus on your self-awareness of how it feels to make a mistake consciously. You're not perfect but you are clued in to your limitations and the importance of always making a positive connection with others.
 
#*Most of all, focus on your self-awareness of how it feels to make a mistake consciously. You're not perfect but you are clued in to your limitations and the importance of always making a positive connection with others.
   


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