"Don't find fault, find a remedy."
Palestine Lodge No. 357, Detroit, MI
It's never been difficult to accept credit for something when everything goes right, but it's always been hard to accept blame when things go wrong. It's much easier to assign blame, than accept responsibility. But what we often forget is that we learn much more from an error than we do from a success. A person that never makes a mistake doesn't have the opportunity to learn from it. They never learn to adapt, change, and try again. They never learn to look at problems from other angles and see other possible solutions.
The secret in attaining wisdom isn't never making a mistake--it's never making the same mistake twice.