It’s better to follow the directions or ask for help. Listen to the people who’ve done it before.
If you don’t read directions and manage to screw everything up, you can start over.
Some people can make better bracelets than you. It just means they’ve been doing it longer and have more practice. You’ll get there.
Don’t throw fits when things don’t work out as planned. It makes things worse and you lose opportunities. (In the case of the Rainbow Loom, the loom sits on a shelf in your mom’s closet for a while. In real life…throwing fits might get YOU shelved while someone else gets a shot.)
The better the end result, the longer it takes.
If you leave rubber bands all over the floor and your mom or dad has to pick them up, they get thrown away. [That one doesn’t really have a parallel life lesson. It’s just true.]