Sunday, April 12, 2009

They Don't Need to Admit Anything

If they did see what they have done as a mistake, I allowed them any explanation that they cared to give. It didn’t matter to me if their explanation was “lame” or if they didn’t give one. I didn’t need for them to admit anything. If there was something that either of us could do to make it harder to make the mistake or easier to do the task correctly, we could talk about changing how we did it. Otherwise, it was enough that they knew about and corrected the mistake and kept an eye out for it in the future. They didn’t have to explain why they were not perfect.

Doing the Right Thing
and Achieving All Your Goals at the Same Time


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