Mistakes are Encouraged Sometimes, students think that their job is to report the “right” answers to the “experts” – i.e. their instructors. However, learning is more than just reporting the right responses. The adage “Live and learn” implies that there is value in learning from mistakes. Before reading the article referenced below, think about a time you made a mistake. Write a paragraph of at least 150 words briefly describing the mistake. Read the article Embrace Mistakes So Your Organization Can Thrive. Lindquist, Marsha. American Salesman (0003-0902) 20070501. Vol.52,Iss.5;p.24-29. You can access this article through the ITT Tech Virtual Library> Basic Search> Search for Embrace Mistakes So Your Organization Can Thrive. While the article is geared towards businesses, the tips provided are useful to individuals. Pick at least two of the seven tips given in the article and explain how these tips would help you learn from mistakes. Be sure to include the name of the tip in a sentence before you discuss how the tip would help you learn from mistakes. The following questions are adapted from page three of the article. In a paragraph, answer these questions using the mistake you wrote about initially. a. Why didn’t you get the result you wanted? b. If you encountered the same situation or problem again, what could you do to achieve the result you want? c. What lessons did you learn from your mistake? d. How can you apply these lessons to future situations? In other words, what steps could you take to avoid making this same mistake in the future? e. Finally, in a paragraph, discuss how making mistakes can enhance creative thinking in problemsolving. Why is it important to think creatively? The root word of creative is create, which means to evolve from thought or imagination. In other words, the idea here is to look at problems from different perspectives. What technique have you learned in this course that helps you think creatively? How will you use this technique in the future?