Making good decisions means being able to admit when you've made bad ones, writes Mike Figliuolo. Only by admitting your errors and learning from them will you be able to make better decisions. "Hubris and pride will destroy your organization. If you made a bad call but now know what the right call is, make the right call and move on with life," Figliuolo advises.
Are you too proud to make good decisions?
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