A Mistake Maker’s Manifesto & More

“Falling down doesn’t make you a failure, staying down does.” ~ Unknown

I heard this quote for the first time a couple of years after taking several wrong turns in my life. I had fallen down again. I had failed again.  It was time to make some decisions. In this eBook, A Mistake Maker’s Manifesto & More, I share the lessons I have learned from falling down.

My prayer is that this book will speak to others who have made some wrong turns in life too. I hope it will encourage you to get up and keep going. I hope you are reminded that you are not alone in the journey.

A Mistake Maker’s Manifesto & More is available for you to download for free. Please share it with anyone and everyone.

Thank you!  Happy reading!

Download Here: A Mistake Maker’s Manifesto & More

10 thoughts on “A Mistake Maker’s Manifesto & More

  1. Debi

    Just finished reading this and wow! How cool was it. I could never run cross country. Ankles are too weak. but Walking around the block this I can do- and its on the fear failure list.Fear I wont make it when I try again and failure because well i have failed ( own perception ) of walking without a cane. But if I make it a daily habit, of just walking up and down my fall way for a while, then down to the corner then lengthen that. I cant fail if I don’t try , but I also cant succeed.

    My biggest failure was high school, I dropped out in 84 when I was supposed to graduate with my class then tried to get my ged – failed. Tried a few more times and failure, and gave up for years. Then in 2000 I finally graduated – at the top of my class with a 4.0. So had I not continued . I would not been able to see what I could do if i just continued to try. My next big accomplishment – college.

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    1. Eileen Post author

      Thanks, Debi! And, wow to you too! Good for you for sticking with it and graduating. Great accomplishment! And you are so right, changing our habits are so important. Not just what we do but what we say to ourselves.

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