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Alan Quasha: Mistakes are Good if You Learn From Them

August 18, 2009

spilled milk. The first that comes to mind is, of course, how did so many intelligent, supposedly well-informed financial experts become active partners in the crisis? The second is, and more importantly, “Is there something we can learn from this mess?”

Alan Quasha believes mistakes are part of life, and the wise person is the one that learns from his mistakes. And even if it is counter intuitive, mistakes are a good thing. The inspiring baseball coach of UCLA, John Wooden, used to say, “The team that makes the most mistakes wins.”

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