This is really the key to remembering your mistakes, learnings, and experiments.
- Document what didn’t work.
- Document what worked.
- Document what got fewer results.
- Document what got more results.
- Document small things.
- Document big thing
Past documentation will always be a tool for future execution.
If you document what you learnt, you will be more likely to remember it.
Even if you don’t remember it, you can always refer back to the documentation and revise your memory.
Documenting worked best for you and what didn’t will ensure you don’t repeat the same mistakes in future again.
To get the most of life, we should try to make one type of mistake only once.
While failing is considered good as a learning, if we fail to document it, we may fail again and make the same mistakes over and over again.