It’s tough to learn from mistakes you never made.Mark Twain
While I spend hours tapping out prose to make and amplify thoughts, I keep finding that short zingers like this one get to the point far more quickly. Further, the best are actionable without further ado. Suggestion: think of or discover a quote that you like. Ask yourself what you could do to express its core meaning next week. If you can’t think of anything, try a new quote. Email me if you want a good batch that I have found not just wise but useful. My way of expressing this passage is to require myself to identify one screw up a week to ask what I will do differently next time. They are all different. Never the Twain shall meet.