Episode 34 – Can a bad decision turn good?

This week we try to answer a question from one of our listeners, Joel, who asks, “What if a person makes what is perceived to be a bad decision but it works out. Does that make it a good decision in the end?”  He gives the example of a hockey player who makes a super risky pass that almost results in a turnover, but it winds up going to the intended recipient and the team scores…does the coach rip him a new one for the risky pass or is it OK because they scored?  

Listen to what we come up with, and then let us know your thoughts right here in the comments or on our FaceBook page for The Obvious Question.  Have a listen… 

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