655. “it’s your fault”

Sometimes it’s the thing to do, to own up and take responsibility 

“This was my fault, I’m sorry, here’s how I’m fixing it” 

Other times, there’s an issue the arises and who’s fault it was doesn’t matter – the task still needs to get done.

THEN we can talk about who’s fault and best practices 

What’s more important to us?

Blaming someone or getting the task done?

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