“Good point”…or at least “nice boots”.



In our very divided world today I find it increasingly difficult to get people to admit when they have made a mistake – and especially when they’ve invested time and money and put their good name out there with the mistake. I think intellectually most people would say that in a hypothetical situation, when plenty of evidence was presented that their position was incorrect, that they would be more than willing to admit fault, but in PRACTICE… in EVERY DAY arguments and conflicts, that wisdom usually flies out the window and is often times accompanied by insults and foul language and hurt feelings.

I think it is still important to stand up for what you believe in, but when you realize that you are dealing with a person that is entrenched in their mistaken beliefs, I’ve learned that the best thing you can do is deescalate the situation by finding…

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