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10-17-2011 @ 5:11PM
One of the things I like to point out in situations similar to what "Trying to Win" describes where somebody wants to take all the blame in order to avoid ruffled feathers (or in some cases where people want to argue over whose minor mistake was the reason we wiped) is that, on the next run-through, there's something *every* person present can do different or better. This sometimes help get the discussion onto the topic of how to improve without focusing on blame or hurting people's feelings. ("Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.")People who refuse to admit they did anything imperfectly (or that they ever make mistakes) are generally so poisonous to be around that running with them tends to be counterproductive anyway.
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