Fireman Rob | Speaker | Coach
Yeah, this is a hard question, how do you Love Mistakes? Go in order to move forward, understanding, the mistakes are growth points, and that's, you know, that's a cliche to say. But when you start out on the job, every time that you don't save, somebody who had a cardiac arrest or every time that you didn't stop the fire before it spread, or any time that you go to an extrication and kind of your initial plan didn't work. Work. Those are all times and early on in your career where you think that those mistakes are are the biggest things in there. Everybody's going to judge you in the future for what you did. But as I've gotten later into my career, if I didn't have those mistakes, if I didn't have those those missteps or wrong plans, I would never understand how to dynamically change. When I go into situations now and we're not perfect, we're humans I think a lot of people put us on a pedestal because we chose this profession, but we're not where we're only human. We can only do so much and a lot of the things that we see, we're not meant to understand or explain, and that is one of the hardest things, the unknown for us is very hard to understand and so making sure that you don't make your mistakes fatal to yourself is such a critical thing.