Lyds shares a very useful catch phrase that reminds us about the importance of Learning.
RUNTIME: 3min 50sec
Prompts to get you thinking and responding to Catch Phrase Learning
Have you ever made a mistake? Thinking about the most recent mistake you’ve made, tell your group what happened, what part you had to play in the mistake and how you felt about making the mistake.
Lydia suggests that when we make mistakes we didn’t mean to, we can start believing some lies, “I’m so dumb. I never get anything right.” OR “I’m such a bad, bad person.” Have you ever found yourself talking to yourself like this? If you feel safe to do so, talk about this with your group.
Who makes mistakes? Can we change mistakes we’ve made? What good does Lydia suggest can come from mistakes?
Explain why it’s important to learn from our mistakes.
Practice the Catch Phrase - “Learn from your mistakes” and “Pohiritia te hapa”.
Pohiritia te hapa translates to ‘permit yourself to make mistakes’. Explain why giving yourself permission to make mistakes can be helpful.
Thinking of a recently made mistake go through the four steps of learning from your mistakes. a. Acknowledge your mistake. b. Where did I go wrong? c. Make a plan for next time. d. Move on.