We all make mistakes but often respond with shame for having made them. Here I discuss how to so that you can learn and grow from the experience.

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5 Responses
  1. Maurice Levie

    Learn from politicians. If your workspace is such that your mistakes are
    brought up and enumerated, especially by management, then become more hard
    nosed. Sorry should be enough if it’s between two people. Push back or
    deflect if the reaction to is an order of magnitude higher than the oops
    -Spending too much time on your knees begging for forgiveness becomes a
    habit.

  2. Maurice Levie

    Learn from politicians. If your workspace is such that your mistakes are brought up and enumerated, especially by management, then become more hard nosed. Sorry should be enough if it’s between two people. Push back or deflect if the reaction to is an order of magnitude higher than the oops -Spending too much time on your knees begging for forgiveness becomes a habit.

  3. Maurice Levie

    Learn from politicians. If your workspace is such that your mistakes are brought up and enumerated, especially by management, then become more hard nosed. Sorry should be enough if it’s between two people. Push back or deflect if the reaction to is an order of magnitude higher than the oops -Spending too much time on your knees begging for forgiveness becomes a habit.

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