Monday, October 28, 2013

Eric Standlee October 28, 2013 at 10:45AM

It is better to mess-up, than to mess-down. People may say to you, “So, you messed-up!” as if it’s a bad thing... When you mess-up you are trying to do something, create something at a higher level than you have done in the past. You are creating an increase in yourself and for others even if the end-result was not what you wanted. When you mess-down, you didn’t even try. You went into the situation half-heartedly, with little focus or concern. When you mess-down you take away from your true self... You be-littler-yourself. Edison messed-up 10,000 times when trying to invent the light bulb. But each time he messed-up, he had an increase in knowledge and in confidence. He is noted as saying that each time he messed-up, he successfully figured out how not to make a light bulb. Each time you mess-up you are getting closer to getting it right. Be-Aholic Peter Remington