When You Are Wrong
Dr. Robin says there's a good chance that you know you're wrong about something right now—but aren't willing to admit it. Oftentimes, things like pride, arrogance or fear prevent us from owning up to our mistakes, she says. Scan your life, your relationships and your dreams, Dr. Robin says, and ask yourself, "Where is it that I've shown up wrong and I haven't owned it; I haven't admitted it?"
Instead of wasting time and energy by not admitting when you are wrong, Dr. Robin suggests taking responsibility and moving forward with power, passion and purpose. "When you're wrong, you're wrong," she says. "That means that you're ready to grow, you're ready to seize this moment and make it everything it can be."