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How to not repeat the same mistake again and again ?
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Discipline..self discipline is the major key to not repeating the same mistake over and over again.

Mistakes varies. there are some mistakes that can be avoided only if you can just be disciplined.

The first thing you need is to acknowledge the fact that it is actually wrong.

Secondly, set a self punishment for repeating the same mistake.

Most importantly, be self disciplined     

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Well, as for me, the world is a teacher. It teaches you a lot of things. We all make mistakes, no body is perfect, but your ability to learn is what makes you different and unique. Now, I have learned not to repeat my mistakes by constantly analysis of those mistakes and learning from it. There are some mistakes that can be pardon able to an extent, those I can take another shot, but there are some that are obviously a mistake and should not be repeated. So, it all depends on your ability to learn from the teacher
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We are all able to make the same mistakes over and over again, because, under pressure, we tend to retreat to emotional regulation habits that are formed in childhood. Habits rule under pressure and when the process of regulation of the prefrontal cortex (Adult brain) is burdened by physical or mental fatigue.

We see more and more evidence of Toddler's brain habits - impulsivity, poor judgment, self-obsession, and feeling unstable - because our lives have grown dramatically more complex than our brains evolved to handle, as neurologist Daniel Levitin describes in The Organized Mind. For all their benefits, technological advances also create excessive information and overstimulation, which causes more frequent retreat to the brain of a toddler. There we do not have foresight or the ability to think about the consequences of behavior.

Toddler's brain is dominated by feelings rather than fact analysis. If negative feelings, they look like alarms. Formed habits in the Toddler's brain are activated by feelings - especially negative feelings that seem like alarms - rather than analyzing the conditional context of past mistakes and their consequences. When we feel that way again, for whatever reason, past behavioral drives grow stronger, increasing the likelihood of repeating mistakes. We tend to eat the whole cake and then remember that we should have V-8 instead. We will launch anger (or press one) before we remember our resolution to take time when things get hot. We will sneer, criticize, and devalue others, instead of trying to improve and improve. The dominance of feelings (over judgment, analysis, foresight, anger management class

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as they say,”life is a teacher,the more we live the more we learn”,i believe that making mistakes can sometimes be part of life because mistakes can be a form of learning process because we can learn from our mistakes and become a better person,so making mistakes itself is not really that bad as long as we learn from it,the only thing that i have problem with is when someone is repeating the same mistakes all the time,repeated mistakes can be avoided if we stay disciplined and determined
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