Why you're always the loser in the blame game

05/26/2011 | Seth Godin's Blog

Don't start thinking of excuses for failure before you even accept a project, because it only will make it easier to give up when the going gets tough, Seth Godin writes. "If you relentlessly work to avoid opportunities to use your ability to blame, you may never actually need to blame anyone," Godin writes.

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