What did you learn from your biggest mistake?
Asked by Andy Boyd
May 21, 2013
From North Park (Sells Records)
To treat women better. I don’t make very many mistakes, but the biggest [at] this moment was when I was in fourth grade I made fun of a girl who stuck up for me.
From Sacramento (Body Piercer)
Not to give up. Just, even though you make a mistake — no matter how bad it is — somebody’s made it before and you can move past it.
From South San Diego (Student)
I learned that you have to follow the rules and to take the advice from people who’ve made the same mistakes I have. At a cheer competition I disobeyed an order and messed up the whole routine.
From Ocean Beach (OB Mainstreet Executive)
In general, my biggest mistake was being so totally naive when going to college. I thought that everyone was just the way they presented themselves, but there does seem to be a dark side to some people.