Sunday, November 22, 2009

Let Them Decide How to Remember

When our efforts to make it easier for everyone to do it right fail or there is no method that will work for everyone, we have to rely on the individual to do whatever will work for them. For them to do that, they have to know exactly what mistakes they are making, in what circumstances, and how frequently, and they need to know as soon as possible, preferably before they get into the habit of doing it incorrectly. People don’t usually enjoy being shown their mistakes (me, neither), but most people say they would rather know at the time, when it is just a small thing, when they can fix it, and when they can try to keep an eye out for it in the future, especially if someone tells them because they want them to be successful (me, too).

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


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