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Never try to cover up or blame others for what went wrong. If you messed up, admit it and own it.
Admitting your mistakes earns you the respect o...
Once you learn from your mistakes, don't repeat them.
The best leaders know creativity often means breaking rules, making mistakes and learning alon...
When you make mistakes, make a point of teaching others what you've learned. Doing so builds connection and trust.
The best leaders are the great...
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