Willing to make mistakes

If you are like my family, you have a hard time deciding where you are going to eat tonight. Most times, the decision isn't made until everyone is in the vehicle. If no one makes a choice, the kids usually have an opinion. Yet the kids have terrible recommendations. Although one person may say they don't care, it is evident that they do care after the first suggestion is shot down. Eventually, we find a place to eat. 

Although we have made bad decisions on where to eat, we never decided not to eat.  Because we would rather eat at a bad restaurant instead of not eating, someone always decides. Unfortunately when it comes to more important decisions in life, we can often refuse to make moves because of fear. 

Henry Ford said, “Those who never make mistakes work for those of us who do.” Realize they are very few mistakes that will kill you. The act of failing can actually lead to innovation. The biggest mistake is not be willing to make choices.