When we are young we love mistakes, we make a ton of mistakes, and go out of our way to make even more mistakes.
However, somewhere along the line there is a shift that changes the way we feel about mistakes. Rather than celebrating them, we punish them. Rather than embracing them, we are embarrassed by them. And rather than seeking them out, we avoid them. This shift derails our ability to learn. There are two sources that are the driving force behind the shift… Trevor Ragan of TrainUgly.com explains how it all works and how shifting our focus from worrying about how we look to what really mattters, learning and growing can change the way we learn.