Your mistakes of the past will be your successes of the futureRafael Cedeño
Being wrong is underrated. Although many on the road to success seek not to make mistakes, the truth is that the successes come from experience and experience is the good and the bad, “the one who makes mistakes does not fail, but the one who has not learned anything from the mistake” .
If we take a look at history, endless mistakes precede the success of great recognized entrepreneurs, such is the case of Steve Jobs, creator of the Apple brand, who was forced to resign from his own company after hiring the person wrong.
Mark Suckerberg owes his greatest success to a university mistake after creating an app called Facemask that he created after a love disappointment. Thanks to this mistake, Suckerberg had to write an apology to Harvard University, but at the same time it was the beginning of what would later become one of the most used social networks in the world. Today the programmer is the youngest character to appear on Forbes magazine’s list of billionaires.
According to an article in the aforementioned magazine, these famous entrepreneurs are not the only ones with a path full of errors, Sam Wilton, creator of Wal-Mart, rented a place for five years that he later had to leave after a contract clause that did not allow him to renew . This forced him to move from Newport – Arkansas to Bentoville.
They are just an example of the mistakes that can be successful and the mistakes that you can later turn into successes. The fear of being wrong can stop your processes. Walk safely and start again if you must, but with more experience.
Remember that success is not measured in the number of successes but in the happiness of enjoying what you do and the process of making a living from what you are passionate about.