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  • Katarina Webb

    Help me remember this with my students.

  • Jan Richards Kiino

    I tell my students this every day--we do our best learning when we make mistakes.

  • Rachel Smith

    true story

  • Amy Matzen

    never thought about it that way...a good lesson to learn

  • Jackie Gray

    Today’s Mantra: “Make Mistakes” (I have to credit my friend Sharon for that one. She’s been using the mantra ‘make mistakes’ all year, and I think it’s her best one yet) Many people wait until they find the ‘best’ workout, the ‘right’ foods to eat, the ‘perfect’ plan and spend months collecting the most ‘savvy’ tips. The truth is, we’re all individuals: what works for one person may not work for you.

  • Derrick Kunde

    "Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is: never try!" - Homer Simpson - THE #Quotes #Inspirational quotes #Motivation quotes #Inspiration quotes

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