It quickly became apparent that he didn’t want to change. In fact, the entire conversation was about why he couldn’t change, why he didn’t need to change, and why he wasn’t responsible for the results he was getting.
Ten minutes into the discussion, I realized I was dealing with a fool. There was no point in continuing the conversation. More talk would not change anything.
I've certainly believed that I knew the difference between wise men and fools, but I've never heard it put so clearly before. This is one to add to my daily self check list.
Michael is great and I'd suggest you add him to your daily reading.