Learn from Mistakes

August 12, 2013 | By

Make mistakes and learn from them.

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One thought on “Learn from Mistakes

  • Pratap Singh

    success is when you feel at ease with yourself,

    when you earn enough to sleep well at nights,

    when your close relationships are good,

    when you are a positive influence on these around you,

    when you can deal with adversity and plan for the future,

    success is also achieving self-control,

    defeating procrastination and feeling motivated and passionate about my life and work

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