People are making mistakes all around us, every day. If these people are customers or potential customers, we have a choice. We can ignore them or harshly criticize them, or we can offer to help.



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Written by lyceum
1157 days ago

Mike: Thanks for pointing out this issue. I am glad to see that someone like you are taking the fight for the spreading the good word! :) And now I have learn a new word, "curmudgeon"... ;)



Written by amabaie
1164 days ago

This lines up nicely with my approach to trying to learn from other people's mistakes because it is less painful than making those mistakes yourself.



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