"While one person hesitates because he feels inferior,
the other is busy making mistakes and becoming superior”
~Henry C. Link
The self-perception people have when they make a mistake is not usually positive. This leads to the natural human knee-jerk response of hiding a mistake, not acknowledging the error or taking responsibility for it.
We cannot learn if we cannot acknowledge mistake. We would never have learned to walk, to read and write or to do much of anything if we did not trip along the way. The human condition is made up of Trial and Error scenarios. Many of the obstacles holding us back involves the fear of mistake or misstep.
So, how do we change the self-perception of mistake to an honorable perception?