Reviewing past experiences is clearly a great way to learn and plan for our own personal defense. Yet Monday morning quarterbacking still has a negative connotation attached to it. A widespread perception exists that we should not second-guess or judge the actions of those who have been involved in critical incidents. Rob Pincus disagrees with this and believes that Monday morning quarterbacking is not only good, it’s vital. Here’s why.
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