Sometimes being wrong is a lot better than being right
Jon Westenberg 🌈

Great write Jon Westenberg.

Admitting that “I am wrong” is the first step towards greatness but that is not enough.That will win you some sympathy and maybe some brickbats also but that is not a long term strategy or shall we say “sustainable”

The ideal thing to be done is to go to the 2nd step.Admit that “I am wrong” and then follow that with a plan or call of action ,on how you propose to get that wrong right.You might need to take the help of some people there but I have observed that,people will mostly help ,if you are involving them and forgoing your big “ego”.

Every does mistakes but unless a plan is in place to correct those very mistakes,”wrong” will lose its significance and we will continue doing the same mistakes again.

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