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©Darius Foroux

On learning from people’s negative behavior

Have you noticed how we’re often quick to judge others when they behave badly, but don’t look at ourselves with that same critical eye? I was at a store last week when someone got angry because the store clerk couldn’t accept an item the customer wanted to return. I didn’t catch what the reason was, but the customer started cursing and asking for the manager…

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