Why we play the Blame Game

In the long run, accepting responsibility then following up with a solution is more productive than if you try to shift the blame

Why we play the Blame Game

WOOD: In the long run, accepting responsibility then following up with a solution is more productive than if you try to shift the blame

Not all habits are bad

In the world of sports for example, becoming successful is contingent on positive habits

Not all habits are bad

WOOD: In the world of sports for example, becoming successful is contingent on positive habits