Friday, January 23, 2009

We Don't Know What they Are

There was a clue that I wasn’t very good at figuring out what people “are”. The clue was that it was usually easier to get agreement that someone was impossible to work with if the person I was talking to didn’t know the person I was talking about. If the only information they had was what I was telling them, they usually saw it my way. But, if the person I was talking to did know the person I was talking about, I often got an argument from them. They saw the other person differently than I did.

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