When things go sour, and we lose our focus, make mistakes, and miss deadlines, the best thing to do is to pick ourselves up from the dust, brush off and carry on.
With our humility heightened, our pride set aside, and our focus determined to set things right, we just might make a bigger impact and different kinds of decisions than before the fail.
Quality of life and business and ministry doesn’t depend solely on the good and up times, but depends just as much on the clarity that comes out of the mistakes.
Harness it all. Discount nothing. Make use of every piece.
And go forward.