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We Win, and We Learn; We Don't Lose.

Updated: Mar 24

Listen Up! Have you ever heard the phrase "Show them some grace"? Well, today, I am asking you to show yourself some grace. We have become our worst critics. If something is not working out how you expected, instead of being hard on yourself or thinking the worst of the situation, ask yourself, What can I learn from this? We win when we apply what we learn to our lives.

When we were children, we didn't know what we didn't know. And the same is true today. You don't know what you don't know. It took a while before you learned how to walk or your ABCs; it took a while to learn math and other subjects; it took a while to learn one grade before passing to the next; it took a while to learn how to become a wife, husband, or parent, and it all took practice. When we're practicing, we are learning; what we learn ultimately becomes what we know. When we know something, it becomes a habit, and we get even better at it, which means we eventually win because we grow and evolve.

So, you're not losing; you're learning. And it's time to apply what you've learned so that you get even better at it. Trust me, you'll look back and thank me later.

Karen Abbott-Trimuel (KAT)


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