Own Up / Move On

I just learned a valuable lesson from a distant colleague: In the face of unrelenting criticism for a specific deed (or lack thereof), just confess and get on with things.

We were on our way to spending approximately forever, with 50+ people on the call, on the reasons why something wasn’t done.  Then E (let’s call her E) said “Hey – that’s on my list and I haven’t done it yet.  My bad. I’ll get to it as soon as I can” and the discussion was OVER.  The reasons really didn’t matter.  And on to other things.

Go E!

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