Not Saying I’m Sorry
How Not to Deny Flaws Others Clearly See
Season 1, Episode 26
How hard is it to say the simple words “I’m sorry,” or “I was wrong”? Well, many individuals find it next to impossible to utter such a sentiment, even when the evidence is glaringly obvious that they are indeed in error. Why does this happen? This podcast will examine some of the behind-the-scenes tension that inhibits individuals from admitting wrongs, exploring also how this tendency can be remedied.
Not Saying I'm Sorry
Something to Think about
In this episode, we recognized that:
- It is not a crime to be a mistake maker.
- Even when you refuse to admit wrongs, others notice them anyway, meaning you lose credibility.
- Admitting faults requires humility, a trait that is not always natural to some.