It's Okay To Screw Up

There is not a single person out there that hasn’t screwed up.  As Bob Dylan sings “We are all fighting our own battles” and doing the best we can.  The important lesson from screwing up is to recognize what you did wrong , make amends if necessary, and move on.  At the end of the day it’s the result or the final destination, not the journey you took to get there.  A few months ago, I was watching the TV show ” The Biggest Loser” or that show where the trainer spends 365 days of the year coaching this individual in the fight of their life. Not a single one of these individuals made it 365 days without a glitch. Some quit for a while, some definitely got off track, and some experienced significant triumphs. At eh end of the show, they had all lost a significant amount of weight.  It takes courage to go on when you’ve gotten off track, but there are always huge rewards at the end of any journey, so stay the course and accomplish your goals!

xo, jan

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