Facing Mistakes the Right Way
Every action and every deed as a politician is etched into people's minds. Realism tells us that people will only recall the wrong and immoral parts of every situation, even when someone is still in the process of facing a mistake. Is there a conventional way to conveniently handle and own up to mistakes and issues? A wrong response in those situations could lead to poor impressions in the public's mind. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom discuss the path politicians might take to turn the tables in their tightest, most problematic situations. Join in the conversation to learn possible scenarios where an erratic and unintentional action leads to branching plots, and identify which response when facing a mistake could also be applied in current situations to lead to better potential outcomes.
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