Why Mistakes Are Actually Good For Us !

  1. They Make You Smarter

First of all, mistakes define us as a human being also they are a clear sign that you are trying better things for your life.
If you never try new stuff, how can you improve? You can’t, simple as that.
We encourage our followers to not get depressed if something bad happens to them because we know that life is not easy.

  1. You Will Find Happines

With the new things that you will  learn from your mistakes, you will improve in all aspects of your life. People who have been trying to learn new things have a lot of chances to achieve their happines by pushing theirself through everything.

  1. They Help You Learn Faster

Research published last year in the journal Science Express found that memories of mistakes we make while learning a new task help us pick up the task faster during subsequent attempts. Scientists also discovered that those mistakes train the brain to learn faster from the errors (not just the task), even when we make them while learning a completely different task.

  1. They Can Motivate You

A 2012 University of California, Berkeley, study published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletinfound that students who were self-compassionate after failing a test (with phrases like “try not to be too hard on yourself” or “It’s common for students to have difficulty with tests like these”) were motivated to spend more time studying for their next test vs. students who just got an ego boost (“you must be intelligent if you got into Berkeley!”).

  1. You Can Override Them

Research from Canada’s McMaster University found that repeatedly struggling to find a word that’s on the tip of your tongue can lead you to create a pattern of failure, making you more likely to make the same mistake again. But scientists also learned that you can override these mistakes by repeatedly finding the word you’re searching for (instead of continuously trying to think of it). Eventually, you won’t make the mistake at all.


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