Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Winning an Argument (Self Analysis)

If it takes less effort to convince that it(something) does not matter to you than to convince other person that you have is a valid point. Then it is for the other person to appreciate or listen to you .. If they don't want it .. It is their desire/wish not ours to make them listen .. Period .. 

Why are we forcing ourselves to even want to have a conversation when other person doesn't want to. Do something that make you a better person and channelize your energies in a positive way than to waste your time dealing with people who don't want to listen or are not open  or doesn't want to grow.

I have used this as a guide for myself in the situation where I have a point of view/opinion which could be helpful, but when the other person is not open .. then it is not worth an effort to have the conversation. It could end up being like that I am trying to enforce my opinion on others.. (In a family we have the responsibility/duty to guide we have to do the best we know)

Avoid these conflicts, be open to other people's opinions and views as it makes you a better person for anyone with whom you interact.  You may have seen the most successful people listen and observe that's how they lead and come-up with creative ideas.

Do you really want to win a argument?

I think by the time we are 35 to 40+ we realize that people have their own way of doing things weather it is right or wrong. They will do what they want to do. We need to focus on us and then move on with life.
Becoming a Super Learner “The more you know, the more you know you don't know.” Aristotle

Steve Jobs told students: ‘Stay hungry. Stay foolish.’