Learning From Failure

I would like my children to grow up to be athletic. I would like them to be runners or triathletes or play tennis on a regular basis. Anything that will keep them healthy for the rest of my life. So far my children have been lucky because they have been blessed with coaches who understand that their job as coaches is not to make my children into professional athletes but to encourage then and teach them to learn from their mistakes. Learning from our mistakes, instead of calling them failures is one of the toughest lessons to learn. As an adult many of us still struggle with this today. Wouldn’t it be good if we could all learn that as children?

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About Ann Brennan

Ann Brennan is first and foremost a mom of three beautiful children. She is the managing editor of Beyond Limits Magazine and the creator of Ann’s Running Commentary. In 2012, Ann took Ann’s Running Commentary to new levels – first with a segment on the RunRunLive Podcast, chronicling her journey to her first Ironman and second, with a new channel on YouTube. Currently Ann is working on a non-fiction book series and working hard every day to remind people to get up, get active and get out there.
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