Rob Cairns talks about why people are human and that people make mistakes.
- Why people are human.
- No one is perfect.
- We need to forgive people.
Rob here again in today’s podcast, I want to talk about something that’s been on my mind the last couple of weeks. And we’re all living in this self entitled cancerous society. And we’re at the point where nobody wants to give every anybody and everybody a second chance. And that’s a problem. Frankly, at the end of the day, we’re all human. We all make mistakes. None of us is perfect, including me. And I think there’s a difference between a mistake being made and behavior that is ongoing.
And the way I look at this is. People are entitled to make a mistake. They’re entitled to say they’re sorry. They’re entitled to correct the behavior. If you make the same mistake 10 or 15 or 20 times over. That’s a bit of a different story. The problem is the way society is today with the look at me society, none of us. Are allowed to make any mistakes. And that’s a bit of a problem, frankly. Everybody expects everybody to be perfect. Nobody’s got any tolerance for errors. And nobody accepts that. Maybe it’s not a mistake that others are just different. And are entitled to their viewpoint. And this is all a big problem with today’s society.
I’ve had friends make mistakes. A good friend made one a while ago. And there’s many people that won’t even. Forgive her. And that’s a problem. This person is genuinely. An awesome lady. You know. I think we need to think about. What makes up people? Before we judge. Even I’ve made mistakes. And you know, it happens. The question is if you make that mistake to you general, are you genuinely sorry and you genuinely try and correct the behavior that’s more important than the fact that you made the mistake in. The first place. We don’t want stuff to be a habit. Just some food for thought. Think about it. Forgive those who make mistakes. None of us are perfect, Rob Cairns, founder CEO, chief creator of Mazing ideas at stunning digital marketing. Have a great day, everybody. Bye for now.