The blunders are all there, waiting to be made.
Saviely Tartakower 

Eli Duke

They are indeed and some days I make more than my share. The question then becomes what to do about it.

Practice: Notice what you do after you’ve messed up. Done the wrong thing. Blundered.

Advanced Practice: If you’ve done anything other than than notice, quietly and without reproach, look hard: Who taught you you’re not allowed to make mistakes? That errors are avoidable?

What do you think now that you’ve researched the topic?

Making blunders may be a species behavior, like sneezing when the sun hits our eyes at a certain angle.

Related Practices: Self-attack, Sweeping the Staircase, “As it turned out”