Mistake Quotes and Sayings - Page 4
Some people learn from their mistakes. Others avoid making mistakes by learning from the mistakes of others.
Anybody who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.
A mistake is a mistake, and if we didn’t make them then we wouldn’t be human.
Mistakes can hurt so much, although they are lessons, you can’t help to hurt and feel stupid before realizing that you just became stronger.
A mistake is not a mistake but a lesson.
You won’t learn from the mistakes you make unless you regret them.
A mistake is never a mistake…if you learn from it.
If we make mistakes and we make excuses, we do not make progress.
A mistake is always a step closer to getting it right.
The man who never made any mistake never made anything.
Mistake is a part of life, without making mistakes there is no way you can learn. All you can do is stay strong and one day the mistakes you make will always have a reason to them.
I believe that life is about making mistakes and learning from them. Without mistakes it is impossible to grow and learn.
Everybody makes mistakes… That’s why they put erasers on pencils.
There are no mistakes in life only lessons, lessons that will keep happening until learned.
The day I stop making mistakes is the day I stop learning.
Everybody makes mistakes. That’s Why They Put Erasers On The End Of Pencils.
The only mistake you’ve made, is never learning from your mistakes
If, at the end of the day, you didn’t commit any mistake, then you didn’t do anything at all.
I am the one writing my story. Sadly I’m writing in pen and can’t erase my mistakes.
He who would search for pearls must dive below.
I don’t make mistakes…I date them!
Mistakes are painful when they happen. But a few years later a collection of mistakes becomes experience – which leads to success.
The more mistakes you make, the smarter you get.
Whenever I do something right,
nobody seems to remember.
But when I do something wrong,
no one can ever seem to forget.
Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.
– Edmund Burke