To get over the fear of making mistakes, fail on purpose, just a little, and see what happens: “Does anyone notice you? Do you get in trouble?” DiBartolo says. By messing up in a small, controlled situation, you expose yourself to your fear in a way that feels safe.
The Perfectionist’s Guide to Failing
Rae Nudson

i like doing this, the whole purpose to try-error technique is to see the entire enviroment react to the mistake,

even doing it to the extreme, like falling in the most easiest tasks gets your facts straighten and that’s a good thing.