Advice of the Day: Judgment

Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.

The quote “Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment” means that making mistakes and learning from them is an important part of gaining wisdom and developing good judgment. In other words, experience is often gained through making mistakes and learning from them, rather than simply avoiding mistakes altogether.

This quote emphasises the importance of learning from our failures and setbacks and using them as opportunities to grow and develop. It suggests that the road to success is not always a smooth one and that setbacks and mistakes are an inevitable part of the learning process. However, it also suggests that these experiences can be valuable in helping us to develop the skills and knowledge we need to make better decisions and exercise good judgment in the future.

While it is not necessarily encouraged to make mistakes, it is important to recognise that mistakes are a natural and often unavoidable part of the learning process. In fact, some of the most successful people in history have attributed their success to their ability to learn from their mistakes and use them as opportunities for growth.

Making mistakes can help us to identify areas where we need to improve, develop new skills and knowledge, and learn how to better navigate challenging situations. It can also help to build resilience and perseverance, as we learn how to overcome setbacks and continue moving forward despite obstacles.

That being said, it is still important to strive to minimise mistakes and learn from them in a constructive way, rather than repeating the same mistakes over and over again. It is important to approach mistakes with a growth mindset, recognising them as opportunities for learning and improvement, rather than as sources of shame or failure.

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