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To err is human

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Technology evolves. Customer expectations change. Facebook tweaks its algorithm, again! All strategies and proven methods are temporary.

The pragmatist is always looking for a better way while following the practices that already work.

But there’s no way to identify what works without identifying what doesn’t work first. Strive a little toward imperfection.

Trial and error is the essence of survival. Consider doubling down on efforts that are showing promise.

We must remain in beta.

If you're an WRITER or aspiring blogger, I highly recommend creating your own blog and publishing something new every day (read my post on how to set up a FREE blog on Wordpress).

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of four books.

4 replies on “To err is human”

I agree! Many of my greatest lessons were/are through trial and error. Once you make a mistake (esp. one that you don’t wish to repeat), you’ll find alternate paths, many very creative, to achieve a better end result.

Precisely! Just finished watching the Einstein doc on Nat Geo. He advises his son to be a ‘tweaker’ 😉

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