New York Times columnist Alina Tugend delivers an eye-opening big idea: Embracing mistakes can make us smarter, healthier, and happier in every facet of our lives. In this persuasive book, journalist Alina Tugend examines the delicate tension between what weare toldawe must make mistakes in order to learnaand the realityawe often get punished for them. She shows us that mistakes are everywhere, and when we acknowledge and identify them correctly, we can improve not only ourselves, but our families, our work, and the world around us as well. Bold and dynamic, insightful and provocative, Better by Mistake turns our cultural wisdom on its head to illustrate the downside of striving for perfection and the rewards of acknowledging and accepting mistakes and embracing the imperfection in all of us.... publicly rebuking Toyota, a according to Motor Trend magazine, saying its press release was ainaccuratea and amisleading.a In December, a Toyota Avalon crashed into a lake in Texas after accelerating out of control, killing all four people in the car. Floor mats were ruled out as the cause of the accident, because they were in the trunk. Toyota recalled millions more ... can reduce litigation. Wojcieszak was inspired to set up the organization following the death of his brother Jim in 1998.
|Title||:||Better By Mistake|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2011-03-17|