A torpedo constantly corrects itself until it reaches it's target. Once it is fired, it is off course 95% of the time, yet it reaches its target.
A torpedo will know to veer off to the right if it is way off on the left, and vice versa. It will literally zig zag it's way to the target, but that is the beautiful part of all this: It keeps zigzagging UNTIL it hits the target!
The point is this: If you screw up, embrace it and zigzag your way to success!
Or as T. Harv Eker put it: "Ready, Fire, Aim".
If you're procrastinating and you think, "Oh I have to get ready.. and get ready to get ready" then you're not even firing, much less adjusting so you know how to reposition yourself. The point is to do something (like firing), and then repositioning your aim and then firing again. This process may be necessary several times over until you get a hit.
As you INTENTIONALLY make a mistake, you will gain greater awareness of what to do. From there, you'll make the necessary adjustments and then do it differently. The key is to let yourself make mistakes so that you can zigzag your way to success just like a torpedo.
In other words, mistakes are your teacher! If you truly wish to succeed, you must be willing to embrace mistakes (even if that means being embarrassed). Believe it or not, the willingness to be embarrassed shows great courage, and courageousness is important for leadership.
Eventually, you will see less zigging and zagging