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Mea Culpa

One of the things I’ve notice over the years is how hard it is for many people to say they screwed up. And I’ve also notice how much other people appreciate it when you admit your mistakes. Seems to go a long way towards strengthen the connection…or severing it depending on which you do.

In The Conversation On Networking Newsletter we once wrote about a huge failure we had selling a major national project. It got a tremendous amount of response from readers, most saying how glad they were to see someone admitting they weren’t perfect.

You know where this is going. Yup, I screwed up in the last posting. My brother Ken Smolinsky actually took that wonderful picture of me in Bryce Canyon and I told him I would give him a nice credit for it. Oooops. So I’ve posted another one of his pictures from that same day below and think you should all go and visit his cool website for action figures at www.goodstufftogo.net

And all you readers at fault for something, fess up.

You know who you are……and so do we.

Steve getting ready to fly down to network with someone in Bryce Canyon.  And yes, credit to Ken Smolinsky.

Steve getting ready to fly down to network with someone in Bryce Canyon. And yes, credit to Ken Smolinsky.

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  1. diedra says:

    It never ceases to amaze me how much you get done and how relaxed and happy you seem to be while doing it. Congrats on a worthwhile life and blog!

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