Instead, I should have approached him with a specific design decision that was now clearly a poor one. One that I had made. And then pitched him a future where we could have identified it before we had invested in it. I could have sought his advice, shared what I had researched, and invited him to arrive at an answer with me as opposed to trying to force change on him
Jared is entirely right in saying that he cant wave a magic wand and convince your execs or your…
Matt Lavoie

I’ve now read this paragraph about five times, but it still makes no sense to me. Can you unravel it for me?

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