“The source of everything respectable in a man either as an intellectual or as a mortal being is that his errors are corrigible (correctable). He is capable of rectifying his mistakes, by discussion and experience. Not by experiencing alone. There must be discussion, to show how experience can be interpreted.”
“The most important thing I think you can do for somebody who’s really good and who’s really being counted on is to point out to them when they’re not- when their work isn’t good enough. And to do it very clearly and to articulate why… and to get them back on track.”-Steve Jobs
Which one would be the best way, according to you?