Let’s hear a tale about “AVOIDING BLAMING OTHERS” together.
Once there was an artist. He used to draw beautiful paintings. One day he drew a beautiful painting and kept it in the center of the market. He wrote a board beneath it requesting people to pluck out mistakes in the painting. He expected, there wouldn’t be any mistakes in the painting.
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The next day, many people saw the painting, and they liked the instruction written beneath the painting, many people wrote many suggestions and suggested many corrections in the painting, better say there was a competition in plucking out mistakes in the painting. The next day, when the artist saw the painting, he was simply shocked, he couldn’t believe it. The painting was literally in the garbage of people’s comments.
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He felt very bad. He approached his mentor and told him about it sorrowfully. His mentor told him not to be nervous, comforted him, and told him to write on the board, “Please correct the mistakes in the painting when you keep another painting next time at the same place.” He did the same. The next day, he found that there was not a single line of comment. The picture was without corrections.
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The value of the story: It is very easy to pluck out others’ Mistakes or blame others but very difficult to correct the mistakes. That’s why always respect people’s mistakes instead of blaming or commenting on them, better we should tell them politely about their mistakes instead of pointing them out.
Collected and edited by Marketing Dept._Shasu Group
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