Write down “OOPS” on a piece of paper, followed by Other Options and Possible Solutions. That is my acronym for OOPS. Does it not open you to looking for other options and possible solutions when you’re not doing things right?
Now write five things down that you remember redoing correctly after using the word OOPS. When you do anything with an attitude of OOPS in mind, you are being flexible and looking for ways to re-take your miss-takes so you can get a better result. Is that not correct?
The Power of OOPS is incredibly encouraging when the word is used effectively, like when you use it to help a small child; it’s very uplifting. Be so kind as to use it on yourself that way.
Did you forget the word, OOPS? Don’t! Your ears are hungry for the word – let it replace self-chiding. Your heart is yearning for the word – let it replace anger and frustration. Say on. Pray on. Let OOPS lead the way; it will help you to fly as high as you want to fly.