Don’t get drawn into arguments. If you have to speak, speak clearly and to the point. Then add that, of course, you could be wrong. This takes the confrontationalist mentality right out of the conversation. I have found this technique to work in most cases.
Senseless arguing saps us of our energy and robs us of our time. Why must we give in to it then?
**Words of Rajendra Pillai**
These words got me thinking because I am a firm believer in never-give-up-the-argument talk approach. Wouldn’t it be nice and definitely less stressful if we could all get straight to our point and then leave room for the possibility of being wrong?
None of us know everything, right?