Even when you think player is always right you might want to consider this story about pleasing everybody.
A man and his son go to the market to sell a donkey.
They pass some travelers who laught at them. “How stupid, they are both walking and have a donkey! Why don’t they ride it?” Ashamed, the son asks his father to ride the donkey.
They pass another group of travelers who get angry at them. “Look at this cruel father! He sits on the donkey and makes his son walk. How cruel!”. Ashamed, the father and son swap places.
They pass yet another group of travelers who get even more angry at them. “What an ungratefull son! He sits on his donkey whereas his old father walks in the dirt! Such disrespect!” Ashamed once more, father and son decide to ride together.
They pass a last group of travelers who get angry as well. “Look at this poor donkey forced to carry those two fit people on his back. What a way to treat an animal!”. Ashamed, the father and son do not know what to do… How can they please everyone?
(I don’t know the author of this story, I’ve seen this on the Internet and if anyone knows the author, feel free to mention and I’ll link to them.)