Monday, August 03, 2009

Misunderstandings Are Counterproductive

Besides being tedious and time-consuming, misunderstandings can be very counterproductive as well. You may have already started building a bond with someone, a foundation for working together, and have to give it up because you find out they weren’t really agreeing with you. They just didn’t understand you. Instead of having agreed on the method and being ready to get to work, you might be back on discussing the possible methods. Or, instead of being ready to discuss the possible methods, you might be back on determining whether they really want to do this.

Doing the Right Thing
and Achieving All Your Goals at the Same Time

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