The only thing worse than being wrong is to act like you were right.
Some people believe apologizing is a sign of weakness.
They have it backward. It’s a sign of strength.
No human is 100% alwaysright – in fact, being more right than wrong would be a record-breaking accomplishment that has probably never happened.
Putting ego aside, “I’m sorry” are the words that make you both strong and authentic at the same time.
It takes strength to be sincere about being wrong without adding excuses in to justify your original mistake.
As odd as it may sound, the more you practice saying “sorry”, the easier it becomes because an apology is not embarrassing, it’s empowering.
What are you sorry for and why?
What are you going to do about it?
Are you sincere?
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