Mistakes always involve being wrong in some way. This proposition may be an analytic truth or even a tautology. A mistake is not always a bad thing. A mistake is often a better learning tool than getting something right. Some mistakes, properly appreciated, are very educational. (It is hard to see how this idea “works” in representing a client. The usual route of always explaining everything to the client will probably not work here. Indeed, the idea involves an obvious paradox.~Michael Sean Quinn, PhD, JD, CPCU, Etc.Tweet
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