Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Making Mistakes

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Mistakes happen. And while we hate to experience them … mistakes are how we learn the most valuable lessons. The important thing is what you do after …

In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, AWAI Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, and legendary copywriting expert, Nick Usborne give you numerous insights on accepting and even embracing your mistakes … by helping you handle them when they happen.

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Published: January 29, 2024

2 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Making Mistakes ”

  1. This is great. Over a 50 year career, I made many mistakes. For me, a mistake is an opportunity to learn a different way to achieve a goal. Even in life, you learn different ways to achieve your goals in life as you age. (Especially in face of physical challenges.)


  2. Genius is 1% Inspiration 99% Perspiration...a quote from Thomas Edison. Legendary home run icon Babe Ruth was known mostly for his record setting batting average... but his strike out stats were also very high. When I've had my clients ask me why I should be the chosen consultant on my marketing proposals, I always reply 'because of my missed challenges, I have know what not to do with most every task I take on'

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