I don’t know about you, but in my experience until now, there were situations where I felt micro-managed. And I hated it. Badly. It frustrated me. I didn’t understand why I was treated like that and I didn’t like the implications it had on the perceived quality of my work.
I have thought many times why is it so difficult to admit that we were wrong. What makes it that hard to say “I’m sorry, I was wrong”. Is it that important to always be right? Or is it just about not admitting that we were wrong?
Random thoughts about self-inflicted lies.