“Work Haven For Personal Healing” by Valerie Brown Cheers

“There’s an important new trend in ergonomics. It’s a move away from a strict emphasis on reductions in musculoskeletal injuries and toward the diverse business benefits that come from ergonomic changes.”

If you just have to go to the workplace everyday, wouldn’t you be more energized or even motivated more if you knew your job cared about your well-being and not just paying you for sick days?

Wouldn’t you rather your employer invest that sick day money into say, ergonomic seating or chairs for your well-being, eye protectors for computer screen, there could be many choices of well-being perks, i.e. massage at the desk, massage on the table instead of lunch, employee gym, headsets with music for breaks or even while you work depending on type of work, etc.

Past research reveals inconsistent findings regarding the association between aversive workplace conditions and absenteeism, suggesting that other, contextual factors may play a role in this the workplace.

Peer Absence-Related Norms and Lack of Leader Support

According to PsycNET American Psychological Association “Extending contemporary models of absence, we draw from the social identity theory of attitude–behavior relations to examine how peer absence-related norms and leader support combine to explain the effect of aversive workplace conditions on absenteeism.”

Also, their findings using a prospective design and a random sample of transit workers, PsycNet obtained results indicating that perceived job hazards and exposure to critical incidents are positively related to subsequent absenteeism, but only under conditions of more permissive peer absence norms.

Moreover, this positive impact of peer norms on absenteeism is amplified among employees perceiving their supervisor to be less supportive and is attenuated to the point of nonsignificance among those viewing their supervisor as more supportive.

Being an Organizational Leadership major has allowed me to not only study, but to do research as to why and how if the workplace introduced or had perks which would cut down on absentism and cut down on sick leave and absentism time would be all around beneficial for the organization/employer and/or the employee.

Concerned or even supportive supervisors, managers, etc. of an organization can lessen the quantity of times that workers who work in extreme, extraordinary, or perilous occupation conditions phone in sick, notwithstanding when their colleagues believe its satisfactory to stay home oftentimes, as per this blog.

What’s more, the support in efficiency from keeping the employees at work can have a quantifiable effect on how everything adds up, this blog will show.

If more employers would show empathy to their employees well-being, there would be so much less absentism, high cost of health insurance, even less tardiness. If there were perks which entice employers that the workplace is the place which cares about its people’s health. There are many areas which will and can make employees happy and look forward to even going to work.

According to “A Strategy and Business Article”
Published: July 6, 2012 (originally published by Booz & Company)”Employee absenteeism costs an estimated US$225.8 billion a year in lost productivity in the United States, and much of it is tied to threatening or noxious workplace environments. Although on-the-job hazards are typically associated with traditional manufacturing sectors, dangers are widespread in a variety of industries. Employees in food and hospitality services, healthcare, transportation, and retail services, for example, face myriad risks from slippery floors; excessive noise; toxic chemicals; and routine activities that can cause burns, broken bones, or bruises.”

“The authors studied 508 workers at a public transportation agency in a large U.S. city. About 43 percent of the participants worked in the bus division, 48 percent at transit stations, and 9 percent in the subways. The agency closely tracks attendance and has a strict policy on absences.

The authors used the participants’ personnel files to calculate their absenteeism rate over a period of two years; on average, the employees missed about 10 days annually. To determine the perceived risks of the job, they randomly chose 34 of the participants to answer questionnaires about such workplace dangers as electrocution, hazardous chemicals or contaminants, incessant loud noise, extreme temperatures or humidity, and verbal or physical abuse by customers or co-workers. Participants were also asked about incidents in which they saw others sustain injuries or deal with harsh conditions.

In addition, the participants answered questions about their attitudes toward missing work and how they regarded their co-workers, as well as the degree to which they thought 20 possible reasons for not showing up were “justifiable.” Along with the employee’s own sickness, these reasons included a parent’s illness, a major event at a child’s school, or a problem at home.

The results showed that an employee’s perception of on-the-job risks did not, in itself, play a role in how often a worker stayed home. Working alongside peers who thought it was OK to skip numerous days did, however, cause employees to call in sick more often — but only when the employees regarded their supervisor as unsupportive.”

This study clearly shows that is there not support from managers, supervisors, etc. or even the organizations HR professionals?

The authors went a bit further and “Gauged the supportiveness of supervisors. Using a five-point scale ranging from “never” to “several times a day,” the employees indicated how often during the past month their immediate boss had helped them in various ways, whether talking them through a work-related concern or providing positive feedback about their performance. In their analysis, the authors controlled for age, ethnicity, gender, tenure, and average hours worked per week, among other factors.”

According to an article, HR and Employment Law White Papers – Compliance Tools for HR Professionals: October 23, 2012 “How business benefits from ergonomics.”

“Walt Rostykus advises clients to integrate ergonomics into their safety management systems and to make ergonomics a component in the processes they use to manage quality or continuous improvement.

Rostykus is a vice president at Humantech, a leading ergonomics consulting company headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“We’ve learned from benchmarking studies that companies attribute from 40 percent to 75 percent of their reportable workplace injuries to poor ergonomic conditions,” Rostykus notes. “It’s emerging as one of the more prevalent sources of loss as people get a handle on risks like burns and lacerations.”

According to Rostykus, business success—not compliance—is the chief reason for ergonomic improvements. Companies that invest in ergonomics these days do so to keep people well and working, prevent losses, and because it’s the right thing to do.

For many, “it’s also a component in the formula for managing productivity and the quality of businesses and services,” says Rostykus. “You can’t manage a business well if the tasks don’t fit the capability of the people.” Proper alignment of workers with tools and systems removes barriers to performance, a component in overall business success.

Engineers and designers can do a lot to make workplaces more comfortable, but only if they are given direction by building and business owners. Despite some positive change, ergonomics is still often considered an “add-on” after construction is complete.

In conclusion I believe value lies beyond the potential to reduce musculoskeletal injuries, with potential benefit for many business operations.

Does that reflect your experience? Would you be likely to use these ideas to “sell” ergonomics to your top leadership?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinkruse/2012/06/22/employee-engagement-what-and-why/

https://acieap.wordpress.com/

http://www.strategy-business.com/article/re00196?gko=4dd10

Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 97(4), Jul 2012, 901-912. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0027437
(PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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Death by Medicine by Gary Null, PhD; Carolyn Dean MD, ND; Martin Feldman, MD; Debora Rassio, MD; and Dorothy Smith, PhD.

Death by Medicine

What you are about to read is a stunning compilation of facts that documents that those who seek to abolish consumer access to natural therapies are misleading the public. Over 700,000 Americans die each year at the hands of government-sanctioned medicine, while the FDA and other government agencies pretend to protect the public by harassing those who offer safe alternatives.

I will summarize just a brief overview of what the entire report entails and you can print it out for your own reviewing and researching as well where there are also tables and researched statistics. http://www.webdc.com/pdfs/deathbymedicine.pdf

A definitive review of medical peer-reviewed journals and government health statistics shows that American medicine frequently more than harm than good.

Each year approximately 2.2 million US hospital patients experience adverse drug reactions (ADRs) to prescribed medications, (1) In 1995, Dr. Richard Besser of the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated the number of unnecessary antiobiotics prescribed annually for viral infections to be 20 million; in 2003, Dr. Besser spoke in terms of millions of unncessary antibiotics prescribed annually. (2.2a) approximately 7.5 million unncessary medical and surgical procedures are performed annually in the U.S. (3) while approximately 8.9 million Americans are hospitalized unnecessarily. (4)

References:

1. Lazarou J. Pomeranz BH, Corey PN, Incidence of adverse drug reactions in hospitalized patients: a meta-analysis of prospective studies JAMA, 1998 Apr 15:279(15): 1200-5.

2. Rabin R. Caution about overuse of antiobiotics. Newsday September 18, 2003.

2a. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC antimicrobial resistance and antiobiotic resistance — general information.  Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/drugresistance/community/.  Accessed December 13, 2003.

3. For calculations detail, see “Unnecessary Surgery.” Sources: HCUPnet, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.  Available at: http://www.ahrq.gov/data/hcup/hcupnet.htm.  Accessed December 18, 2003.  US Congressional House Subcommittee Oversight Investigation.  Cost and Quality of Health Care: Unncessary Surgery.  Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1976.  Cited in McClelland GB, Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research.  Testimony to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Chiropractic Advisory Committee.  March 25, 2003.

4. For calculations detail, see “Unnecessary Hospitalization.” Sources: HCUPnet, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project.  Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Rockville, MD.  Available at: http://www.ahrq.gov/data/hcup/hcupnet.htm/  Assessed December 18, 2003.  Siu Al, Sonnenberg FA, Manning WG, et al.  Inappropriate use of hospitals in a randomized trial of health insurance plans. N. Engl J Med.  1986 Nov. 13: 315(20): 1259-66. SiuAl, Manning WG, Benjamin B.  Patient, provider and hospital characteristics associated with inappropriate hospitalization.  Am J Public Health.  1990 Oct.:80(10): 1253-6. Eriksen BO, Kristiansen IS, Nord E. et al.  The cost of inappropriate admissions: a study of health benefits and resource utlization in a department of internal medicine. J Intern Med. 1999 Oct:246(4):379-87.

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Design by Val Baby Go Green

I have an idea for baby strollers and baby car seats and have not seen any as of yet in the world! I don’t want to spill the entire idea, for I see one of my ideas which is now a real product. The babystrollers will come with many classical music artists faces plastered on them. It would be the very first of its kind and would be a strictly green design baby stroller and/or car seat, and they will come with headsets for baby’s listening to music of parents choice, but preferrably classical since classical soothes the mind; which would help calm and relax baby’s mind and help them to sleep better too! The seats would be formed ergonomical where baby’s spine is properly aligned, when sitting for long periods of time and their head would postioned with the headset which would support them from tilting their heads and causing baby headaches from not being aligned properly!

Now, the seats would have to be produced and would like to use a mfg such as Inhabitots, which is a green design sustainable organization.

This would the very first of its kind in the world, and would like to discuss schematics with an engineer please and know what I want.

**Baby Genius Go Green Strollers and/or Baby Genius Go Green Car Seats**
I am a 61 year old student, mother, grandmother, aunt of great nephews, entreprenaur, author, writer, innovator, etc. and am excited in getting my new green idea for Baby Genius Go Green car seats and/or strollers invented. I think my idea will not only benefit the baby, but will help with babies well-being, sooth baby and make a calmer baby, help baby to be a good thinker by listening to music instead of watching television or listening to radio music. The headsets which will protect the babies head by being properly aligned will also help that baby maintain properly aligned spine and keep them from having back problems as they grow and turn into adolescents and then adults. Too many young children today are suffering with headaches and I do believe that how they sit has a lot do do with both as babies and as students when starting school.

I have been very interested in producing a product which would be sustainable and green for helping our babies lead better well-being lives and grow up as healthy adults by the way they often sit in their strollers or even car seats for long lengths of time is important that their spines are protected and properly aligned.

I was born with a degenerative disease, and know what it means to have nerve pain from Scoliosis, which is a condition in which the spine bends to the side abnormally; either to the right or left. The curvature can be moderate to severe. Any part of the spine can be bent in scoliosis; but the most common regions are the chest area (thoracic scoliosis) or the lower part of the back (lumbar scoliosis). And as we grow older the pains worsens but with proper pain management, we can live with it.

So, I figure by coming up with a well-being car seat and/or stroller which could prevent this from occurring to our babies, then we could be there for parents with a product which could help parents and babies around the world.

My lifelong dream has to been to pursue my passion of innovation and even as a kid was inventing things, me and my sister Tamara.

Once A Man, Twice a Child by Valerie Brown Cheers

For he strengthens the bars of your gates; he blesses your children within you.

~ Psalm 147:13

When we think of older adults going back to school for anything, we often think, “Why in the world are they going back to school?” Well, one could say for the same reason as anybody would, only when get older, we get wiser and when going back to school can open many doors for you, regardless of age. For myself, it made me more inquisitive toward working hard day end and day out of becoming an Entrepreneur, following my passions and dreams which I had when a young lad. As a matter of fact, when we get older we have more time on our hands.

What I mean by this is: we have raised our kids, in some cases; have been caregivers for our family, worked all of our lives, still not able to do the things we have often dreamed about doing, i.e. travel the world, paying bills like clockwork each month, then must depend on a once a month check for the duration of our lives, unless we come up with ways of making our own lives much better.

Well…..for myself, I have chosen to begin the process of making my own life better for myself and my family by following my passions and my dreams! It is never too late to do this and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise. The only thing though, it is not easy by a longshot, will take much praying, endurance, stamina, willpower, patience and most of all just plain not giving up no matter what!  I have found that when following or pursuing your passion, it won’t bother you so much because starting off, there will be no money in the picture and if you are in it just for the money, you will quickly back off. Me, myself am in it for the long haul and am blessed to actually get by with God has blessed me with and and therefore, am grateful and willing to go all the way, no matter how long it takes.

There are things about getting older which I want to share which stand out and make it worth getting there:

  • You begin to want less and have accumulated so much stuff over the years, that some of us actually do believe that less is best or that low maintenance is what we want in our lives!
  • We learn more not to judge others and accept things and people as they are; or we become more humble in our ways!
  • We become more confident, and yes we have made mistakes and thank goodness for them, but that doesn’t necessarily stop us from taking risks and we are more willing to pick up where we left off when younger; and this is where the once a man, twice a child, come into play too! If you ask me, we become more adventurous and sort of childlike again and willing to take chances, i.e. not having surgery when the doctor says it is needed.
  • We don’t always have to be right, although in our childlike brains once again, we don’t care what anybody thinks and neither do us in a way of speaking, but we have such electrifying personalities which attract others with our wisdom which shines brightly!
  • When we speak, we get the attention of many and sometimes others will be brave enough to say, now we let you talk, now let me and let you know what they did not like about what you said. And….it is okay and we need more courageous humans willing to express their own opinions without making it seem like anything anybody else says is wrong? But…just being free to speak and be listened is about wisdom. But…not hurting ones feelings, at least not on purpose!
  • Giving advice nobody asks for is quite known, but for some strange reasons other just take it with a grain of salt and we just feel we must say it anyway. What does feel really great is if a seed is planted for you to contemplate which drives you on to locate the right reply.
  • Playing the fool and who cares what they think! It is not as important and as stated above, we are less worried about what others think of us and not taking ourselves so serious also.
  • We learn not to criticize others, but we do say what is on our minds and you either take it or leave it!
  • We are blessed and thankful for getting older, but don’t want to get old so we don’t hold what we feel and just say it!

In closing, more older adults are becoming more and more interested in giving back, i.e. volunteering, becoming inventors, going back to school, writing and publishing books, finishing what we started when younger and even becoming famous.

The mental stimulation that goes with inventing also strengthens the brain, and the more we think, the more we invent and the more we invent, the more we think. Again, “Once a Man, Twice a Child” and who are better inventors, than our incredibly bright children which we can learn so much from?

As we get older our short-term memory does begin to decline, but there are many challenging things which we can do to break that cycle! So, I now truly do realize that the older we get, the better we get, and it is an essential ingredient in creating products for others, especially something which we really need or through simple life experiences we come up with ways to make things better for those coming behind us.

So, in a way this is a tasty ingredient in actually implementing and creating products, which we see that the audience needs. So getting older is not only a blessing, but actually fun when you do things with that greatness you have accumulated!

Encouraging Quotes to Remember by Valerie Brown Cheers

What have found to be very inspirational is to keep reading encouraging quotes. Positive quotes give you motivation and hope to keep moving forward with your dreams!

Motivational quotes on authority or leadership can help in inspiring individuals; they not only help in making conviction toward oneself and inspiration. Then again, the quotes likewise help in advancing change toward oneself, self-improvement and satisfaction. Inspiration initiative quotes help individuals to review that difficulties are just transient hindrances and not long haul issues that can’t be confronted.

“Nothing comes easy nor overnight when you want it bad enough.” ~ Valerie Brown Cheers

http://callingdreams.com/success-story-of-richard-branson/

“It’s failure that gives you the proper perspective on success.” – Ellen DeGeneres

“Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.” — Tony Hsieh, Zappos founder and CEO

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but

whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” — Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”— Steve Jobs

Inspiring Quotes to Help You Get Through Your Work Day

“Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michaelangelo, Mother Teresea, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.”— H. Jackson Brown Jr.

“You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.” — Wayne Gretzky

“Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Thoughts are things! And powerful things at that, when mixed with definiteness of purpose, and burning desire, can be translated into riches.”— Napoleon Hill

“Success comes from having dreams that are bigger than your fears.” – Terry Litwiller

http://www.entrepreneur.com/video/233388

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I Hear You So Make It Sweet? by Valerie Brown Cheers

Can my child hear anything inside the womb? Should I be perusing or conversing with him while he’s still in my tummy?

Dr. Oz wrote an interesting article which explained just why it is good and, yes our babies can hear sounds while in our fetuses.

While fetuses hear much the way that we hear an adjacent stereo—bunches of bass, not a great deal of high frequencies—they find themselves able to hear voices separated through tissues, bones and liquid. Also, by week 24, they perceive and are calmed by—their moms’ voices. Obviously, they can’t recognize single words from another. Maybe, the cadence and tune of voices they hear serve as their establishment for dialect. That is the reason such a large number of mothers read resoundingly to their youngsters, even before that first night in the baby crib.

We firmly support that practice as well for mind health as well as to permit your child to hear your voice and make a sound-related bond at an early age.

We, likewise, urge you to listen to a wide range of music amid and after pregnancy. This will help fortify infant’s faculties and enhance his mind health. Introduction to distinctive sounds and scenes is basically what aides secure associations from one arrangement of neurons—the nerve cells of the cerebrum to another. This is the way we all learn. These neural structures are formed like a tree and root framework. An infant’s mind is greatly plastic, implying that it can continually adjust and make new associations between trees.

Does music make babies smarter?

It’s a conviction called the “Mozart Effect,” which guarantees that when pregnant if ladies play traditional musical for their unborn kid, it will make them more brilliant. In any case, there is no restorative proof demonstrating that established music aides pre-birth babies.

Despite the fact that studies all through the previous 15 years have demonstrated that listening to traditional music has enhanced the knowledge amid test-taking and other rationale and spatial expertise tests, there’s insignificant proof that music can enhance insight in babies.

Nonetheless, if folks acquaint their kids with traditional or other complex music like jazz at an early age, it does help them with ahead of schedule advancement of one of their faculties, as per Bonnie Ward Simon, music instructor, creator and president of Magic Music Maestro, a Washington-based interactive media organization, which delivers established music story CDs for youngsters.

Genius Baby Einstein Inventor

I don’t know about you, but this music makes me relaxed and can you imagine what it would do for sweet babies little mind and body’s also?  The Baby Einstein inventor, Julie Aigner-Clark, has always been my hero! I use to play many Baby Einstein videos for my great nephew Trevor, and if you met that little boy now, you would be amazed at how cool and calm this kid is compared to his younger brother. It does work, and I love the videos myself and when studying, or even writing can concentrate very well and relaxes me too! I still like to listen to Baby Einstein classical videos and they are also good for calming baby’s down when fretful and just try it and see for yourself!

I have an idea which I want to innovate one day which help mother and baby both before, during and after baby is born! Just wait and see what it will be and will be coming soon! I can hardly wait myself and can see all mommy’s and baby’s using it too! I am going to give you a hint!  Happy father with his ear next to his wifes pregnant belly

New wearable pregnancy monitors can help your baby listen to music or track his heartbeat.  I guess I should have kept my mouth shut, and this is exactly what I thought about and this was just invented this year in March 2015! Wow, there goes the idea, but still have another one for mother and baby too!

I challenge you to try the Baby Einstein music out if you are a mother to be, and it even helps relax unborn baby as well as after born too! Try and see!  This is what I used to play for great nephew Trevor and that is the calmest little 3 year old right now, seriously, not taking credit for but all they need to listen to is a few times and it relaxes their little minds and body. Have found that this music or any classical music can even help some to better understand what we read or taking tests.

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Psychology 101

One topic I read about during Chapter 8 that I began to wonder about was reading to children in the womb. Many mothers will read children’s books to their unborn children aloud to make their voice known even before birth. This makes sense to me because unborn children can hear their mother’s voice quite well when they are in the womb, but studies explain another perk of reading. Scientists and many mothers believe that this practice will make babies better readers in the future. I don’t know if I believe this statement. Just because a baby is hearing their mother read books doesn’t necessary correlate with better reading skills in the future. Reading to me is more about the visual words and using comprehension and other skills to put these words together into meaningful thoughts.

Another similar practice that has exaggerated claims is that playing music can affect the baby. There is the common rumor that playing classical music for your child whether aloud or putting headphones on the belly like in the picture above, can increase your child’s IQ or intelligence. Again, I understand that there are benefits of this for the child including calming sensation or introduction to different sounds, but I find it hard to believe that it can affect the child’s brain that greatly, but from my own experiences it does relax one.

I Was Born To Make Mistakes by Valerie Brown Cheers

I Was Born To Make Mistakes

“The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.”

As a kid I was scared to death to make mistakes, and was told over and over not to keep making the same mistakes. But as a kid, you don’t understand this when it comes to, i.e. math, etc. Being the first child has its good and bad. I never thought that I could ask my younger sister, who was way better in math than I was, and I was better in English than she, but we never thought about asking each other for help and “Crazy I know, right?”  Or at least I never did and this was my petpeave, not knowing how to ask for help!

Yeah, it may seem bizarre, but I was afraid to ask for help for the sake of being a dummy! I just didn’t and thought it was our parents or our teacher jobs only to help us; and back then we could not get help from another student for some strange reason or another. Crazy, I know!  The teachers would always say, “Ask your parents to help you!” But what if your mom was a stay at home mom, but not good in math; and the one who was good worked all of the time being my dad?

Anyway as I got older, mistakes come with growing up for life! We learn from our mistakes, and if we keep making them and keep trying, we get better, “At least I am still trying to get better with age!” Makes me think about George Bernard Shaw’s quote “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” 

Mistakes are what I would rather call them to be as errors and they help you find who you really are in way of speaking. We all learn differently and one way for me, may not be the good way for you and so on.  With each mistake or error that we make we find more out about ourselves, about who we are, about our breaking points, about our abilities, about what we may or may not be able to withstand. They help us be more humane and more tolerant with ourselves as well as other people.

By committing errors, and as a kid, “I thought they were a crime” you will actually learn profitable life lessons and you will turn into an excited learner or may even become hungry for more when you learn how to correct those mistakes. There is so much we can all gain from our mistakes, and the minute we see them as lessons instead of mistakes, we will no more have this insane trepidation of experiencing them along the way.

Mistakes are a part of being a human being, and we should relish them and not let them get us down or discourage us from wanting to do more when it comes to improving ourselves. Admire your mistakes for what they are because they truly are valuable life lessons that must be found out while making things as difficult as possible. Unless its a deadly mistake, which at any rate, others can gain from what we all will make them.

One of the best lessons I learned from committing errors or mistakes is forgiving myself. With each mistake that you’ll make, you will figure out that it is so vital to forgive yourself and a large portion of the individuals around you. You will comprehend that you are not perfect and that flawlessness doesn’t generally exist, just our expectations of trying our hardest exist only if you make it happen. Also, who needs to be perfect anyway? How would we ever change if we did not make mistakes and can you imagine Corporate America not making mistakes?

Just imagine if we did not make mistakes? That would really be the biggest mistake we could ever make. Life isn’t about staying away from mistakes, yet rather grasping the thought that errors will come your direction and being willing to gain from these errors is what matters most.

So, as I get older it is better to simply relinquish your apprehensions and permit yourself to truly encounter life by making mistakes. They tend to come with the territory of life.

Mistakes help with improvement and development and are the best lessons we can learn from. In case you don’t make mistakes “In what way would you have the capacity to want to grow and to evolve as a single person?” What number of us get stuck in light of the way that they allow the fear of making mistakes to stifle us? In what way would we have the capacity to want to learn anything new if we don’t allow ourselves to make mistakes?

Mistakes demonstrate to you industry standards to be happy in a way of speaking I guess you could say.  You get conviction, valor and experience every time you make another mistake in an incredibly thin field and in time you will enhance and be better at the things you need to do. Remember Thomas Edison? He failed more than 10,000 times while wearing down the light and finally he succeeded.

When you know accurately what you require and when you have the ability to see this something in your inward awareness’, nothing can keep you from making progress, nothing can keep you from accomplishing your dreams and allowing bliss to go into your life.

Trust it or not, you won’t admit all the mistakes you would like to make, and when you do admit to them, the sky won’t come tumbling down and the whole world won’t stop doing whatever it is doing as such ideally it can laugh at you!