Every moment is a learning opportunity, but only if you view it as such.
To be constantly judging and evaluating outcomes obscures the true potential for learning. “That was good” doesn’t help anyone.
By saying “we could be better” you’re not saying it wasn’t good enough as is. It’s simply a statement of exploration and possibility.
It gets counterproductive when you beat yourself up. Saying “it should have been better.” That’s an entirely different statement from the forward-looking “we could be better.”
Release the need to label outcomes “good” or “bad.” Don’t beat yourself up about the past. Open your mind to future learning from a place of self-love.