21 Feb How to Think Twice before Blaming Another
Have you ever been absolutely sure that you were right about something only to find out you were wrong?
Maybe you blamed your partner for moving your car keys, but then found them in your coat pocket or you got upset that a friend didn’t call, but later realized that the ringer was off on your phone and you just didn’t hear it.
So often, we get upset and blame another only to find out we were wrong leaving us feeling bad and guilty.
But we can change this pattern by changing the way we look at life’s situations.
Mark Twain once said, “The thing that gets you in trouble isn’t what you don’t know. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”
In this week’s video, I’ll be sharing a powerful story with you that will help you to think twice before you judge someone or something.