What If You’re Wrong?Posted: June 20, 2013
Recently, one of my colleagues (who is poised for a business hop) asked how I go through changes in my business without fear of being wrong. My answer: I may be what some call “wrong” at times, but I prefer to think of it as fluid instead.
Being wrong is part of growing a business. In pursuit of the unknown and situations with critical variables beyond your control, you will increase the chances for your rightness, and decrease the impact of being wrong, by taking small bites that allow you to test and revise. Then you’re never “wrong”– you’re nimble.