Better By Mistake
The Unexpected Benefits of Being Wrong
New York Times "Shortcuts" columnist Alina Tugend reveals how embracing mistakes can make people smarter, healthier, and happier in every facet of their lives.
Citing cutting-edge behavioral studies, Tugend explains how mistake- avoidance-introduced in childhood-shapes adults into people who steer clear of risks and challenges. Better by Mistake offers perfectionists an insightful perspective on the rewards awaiting those willing to take risks and accept the imperfection within them.
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