When You Apologize, You’re Not Supposed To Make Things Worse

I was lucky enough to spend some time this July watching the men’s World Cup.

As always, there was masterful footwork, precision passing and the joy and pain that comes with world-class athletes competing against each other with a golden trophy waiting for the winners at the end of the tournament. And, as always, the theatrics also were world-class.

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