We try to show that we care by giving advice. However when faced with a tough situation we rarely need advice. More often we need someone to be there without judging, pitying or advicing.
Yes, but… What if there needs to be a but? But what if the other person is simply wrong? What if I disagree completely?
Is it possible to overcome imposter syndrome? What is it anyway? Oscar Santolalla and I discussed the topic on his Time to Shine Podcast episode 132.
When I concentrate on my breathing I’m attached to my body which is attached to this moment. This is necessary starting point to be able to develop your thinking.
The developer feels rightfully frustrated or misunderstood if the customer answers whatever they want instead of the question that was actually asked.
We have two opposing needs: the need for control and certainty and the need for creativity and uncertainty. Using both forces is a key to successful negotiations.
We blame to ease our discomfort and pain. In those situations innocent people might get yelled at about non-related things without any fault.
We would like to believe that our intelligence will help us change our world view based on facts. According to science it just ain’t so.
It is not easy to be wrong. Especially since we are always right – or at least that’s how it seems to us. But how can everybody be always right?
Conflict is a slightly sturdy word but in this article I mean every situation where two people face each other disagreeing about a thing, a situation or an opinion.