Saturday, September 04, 2010

Frequently Wrong but Never in Doubt

Got an interesting email from a smart guy. It said – ‘Frequently Wrong but Never in Doubt’. And it hit me how far I’ve come away from that.

The problem with being wrong in a day job is, sometimes, you can be penalized for being wrong. Often, you are. So the motivation to make mistakes and explore new possibilities loses air faster than a football deflated with a pointed heel.

Making mistakes in a job affects one’s growth. Making mistakes in business catalyzes one's growth.

That’s the irony of doubt.

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