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Chapter 12. Results of your decisions > Learn from your decisions

Learn from your decisions

You can learn the most from your decisions by trying to see the situation as an educational opportunity. If you see yourself as a student, you’ll be able to examine your decisions more objectively and gain the maximum insight. This will help you make better decisions in the future. Realizing that everyone makes mistakes can help you minimize the need to protect your work from criticism.

You can also make the most of your learning opportunity by accepting that some of the things you learned in the past might no longer be true. The rules and guidelines you followed might have become outdated with changes in your working environment, company, industry, or the world. As you examine your decisions, determine what information has become outdated, so that you can prevent it from interfering with future decisions by realizing that it’s no longer applicable.


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