“Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be.” -John Wooden
Throughout trials and difficulties, it’s tough to process and think clearly especially when emotions are taking over your thoughts. But once it’s taken it’s course and you’ve had time to settle, can you ask yourself if it’s you that needs to change instead of anyone else? Understandably, it’s a tough but extremely helpful question to ask yourself. Because after all, we can only change ourselves, not others. Here at BHW, we also see failure as not being fatal because we are human and we all make mistakes. So how can you learn from your currently positive and/or negative circumstances? How can you pick yourself back up? You got this! Do you have that adaptable, changeable mentality that can adjust to the needs and concerns for our families, take a look at our openings in your region today!