Everyone Makes Mistakes

No one is perfect, we make mistakes all the time—and some mistakes we make over and over. Learning from them is easy, if you want to learn. Cover Image: Jessmine/Shutterstock
What Makes Some of Us Own Our Mistakes, But Not Others

Do You Own Your Mistakes?

By Art Markman Ph.D.

Research identifies the key belief that makes us take responsibility.
The Definitive Way To Respond to Others' Mistakes

The Definitive Way To Respond to Errors

By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D.

Mistakes happen. The question is - how should we respond?
How We Make the Same Mistakes Over and Over

The Same Slips

By Steven Stosny, Ph.D.

Why we make them over and over again
What Are the Five Mistakes That Wealthy People Rarely Make?

Five Mistakes That Wealthy People Rarely Make

By Bobby Hoffman Ph.D.

How do you compare to the psychologically wealthy person?

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