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Recently researchers at John’s Hopkins University ran across the notes a 19th century neurosurgeon named Harvey Cushing. What surprised them was his meticulous self-evaluation and self-criticism. He carefully documented every mistake he made on the operating table. Most people try to hide their mistakes, but not Dr. Cushing. He cared about his mistakes, and he was always trying to correct them. It is no surprise that during his lifetime some of the most profound improvements were made in the field of neurosurgery!

One of the first steps toward any improvement is to admit to what needs to be improved.


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