Win or Learn?


Dear Travel Agents/Advisors,

How many times have you heard the phrase, “Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn”?

I like to believe that this is the way we should live our lives, learning from our mistakes, instead of torturing ourselves or getting down about our losses.

Life is full of ups and downs. I wish there was a secret formula, or a medication, or something else that could put us in a place where we could always think rationally and without so much emotion. We’d be better able to process everything, always learning from life instead of just moving forward (or even staying in the same place, or even moving backwards!)

Winning, and feeling the happiness of that moment is intoxicating and we want that feeling to last forever.

On the other hand, how can we learn when the feeling of “loss” is so hurtful, sometimes humiliating, and many times, unexpected? Especially when we feel that we do not deserve it!

Separating rational thoughts from feelings is very difficult, and much easier said than done. Seeing ourselves and pinpointing our flaws without being too harsh or too soft, but being a true friend. Some people are lucky enough to have true friends who can be honest and help them to succeed, or to take a “loss” and learn from that experience. Others can use the help of a great therapist or coach.

In the grand scheme of things, it makes sense to say and live by “sometimes you win, sometimes you learn,” when the feeling that come along with the “learning” is manageable and tolerable and you have a support system that can help you.

I love to help you to learn about your business. Feel free to reach out.

To win and to learn!

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