Correction may be defined as punishment intended to reform improve or rehabilitate. We could also say that it is the ability to remove what is wrong to preserve what is right.  This fear of punishment is not the best or most important motivation, but it is an immovable, hard fact of life. The sooner we embrace it, the better off we will be. The fear of correction that hurts must be rooted in the back of every mind. The rules must be fair and just, but when they are broken it must hurt mentally, physically and financially. There is a price that goes with doing what is wrong.

Accepting corrections may allow us to remain firm in our principles for fear of the cost of violating them and motivate us to obtain better tools and grow personally to do a better job to avoid the penalty.

It is also important to keep in mind that correction creates value. The rules need to be equitable and just and when they are broken they should bring pain in some form. If there are no penalties the rules lose their value.


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