As human beings we’re bound to make mistakes. It’s important, however, to make as few unnecessary mistakes as possible. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, one of my favorite leadership authorities, Skip Prichard, shares wisdom from his terrific new parable, The Book of Mistakes.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- The difference between a mistake and an unnecessary mistake.
- How to decrease the odds of making unnecessary mistakes while accepting that they might still happen.
- Two examples of unnecessary errors from the world of baseball.
- An example of an unnecessary mistake in sales, and how to correct it.
Interview with Skip Prichard
- Why Skip describes his childhood home as a mini United Nations.
- The reason why Skip thinks of himself more as a learner than a teacher.
- The premise and purpose of Skip’s new book, The Book of Mistakes.
- Why the title of the book was a subject of much debate.
- The importance of being ready before you can be taught.
- Why you should not work on someone else’s dream.
- The danger of letting someone else define your value.
- Why the most successful people are also the most grateful.
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