Your mistakes don't define who you are. It's what you do after you have made the mistakes that makes all the difference. Every mistake you make is a learning experience. They don't make you less capable. But it's how you correct them or learn from them that defines you.
Mistakes or failures are a part of learning.
How to Learn from Your Mistakes - Become aware of your mistake. - Determine the cause of the mistake. - Ask yourself the hard questions. - Listen to feedback. - Come up with a plan. - Create strong routines. - Teach your lessons to other people. - Expand your mindset.
The smarter people, Learn not only from their mistakes, But also from the mistakes of others
Skills are developed, not by getting it right the first time, but by getting it wrong until you get it right.
Successes are revised mistakes
When you make a mistake, there are only three things you should ever do about it: Admit it, Learn from it, And don't repeat it. Life's greatest lessons are usually learned at the worst times and from the worst mistakes.
As far as you're learning from your mistakes, you're doing good. When you don't take responsibility, you start running away from the reality.
Your mistakes are only mistakes if you repeat them. Learn from them instead.