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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Video : Who is wrong in an argument?

Assume there is a heated argument that you are involved in, with someone at your workplace or within your family. Did you ever get the feeling that the other person is wrong? Ah..always? You are not the only one...Lets see who was wrong here...
  • How many times have you landed into a disagreement or a heated debate with a colleague at your workplace or with a family member at home? Many times, isnt it?
  • How many times you felt that you were so "right" that the other person ought to understand you? Most of the times? Or did you say, always?
  • How many times you finally did make a 'compromise' in the interest of the relationship? Many times, isnt it? 
But making compromises only made you believe that though you were right, but perhaps you valued the relationship more.

What if I told you that no one is ever wrong in an argument - never ever - you might feel that i am being too idealistic...fine..go ahead..watch the below video and judge for yourself.

Understanding these key aspects helps us lead a happier life.

If you have a situation which you cannot agree with, or compromise with - write back to us at help@manoj-arora.com and we will help you come out as a winner.


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