Things sometimes fall apart.
We make bad decisions.
We commit foolish acts.
“Are you a good manager of a bad experience?”
John C. Maxwell said that in a recent
interview in Success Magazine.
What a mouthful.
Once it’s said and done, then what? The wise ones in our world always find a way to manage the experience. They learn all they can from that bad experience and then commit to stay away from those kinds of issues in the future.
It always boils down to this:
What did I learn?
How do I avoid it in the future?
What can I do better next time?
Manage those bad experiences or they will manage you.
P Michael Biggs
One Word at a Time