I make my fair share of mistakes.
My most recent “find” is referring to Dr. Richard E. Clark (Dick) as a Ph.D versus an Ed.D.
My bad. My apologies. I have unfortunately made that mistake in video intro slides (harder to change) and in Blog Posts – easier to change (and I will).
I am OK with people pointing out my errors – after all – to er is to be human.
The old saw is: “to err is human, to forgive divine.”
So please forgive me for my errors – and please feel OK about correcting me – when/where you see fit.
But many are gun-shy about pointing out other people’s errors – whether those errors are “in fact” or “in omission” or just “inadvertent” – as I hope all of mine are seen.
If my errors are because I have the wrong facts – or am somehow misrepresenting those facts – I really appreciate the corrective feedback.
If someone has another opinion – that’s different.
I may have facts that are only facts to some – while they are non-facts to others. Such is life nowadays it seems.
I find that even in my group, my professional network, there are disagreements about some facts/non-facts.
While I see this as most inconvenient for me personally – as now I need to dig further and farther – it is what it is.
Finding the current truth is tricky. Data changes, and therefore sometimes the truth changes.
May you find the path forward easy – and when not – find a path around and back to the truth sooner rather than later.
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