How to keep a disagreement from becoming an agreement

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  1. Limited Edition

    Limited Edition New Member

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    How to keep a disagreement from becoming an argument

    Here's an interesting quote from the book "How to win friends & influence people" by Dale Carnegie.






     
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    I've read that book, very interesting :coold:

    However, why did you make this thread in the Vag
     
  3. demosnat

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    Great blurb.
     
  4. yesitisyellow

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    it's a good book
     
  5. lauren

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    12 hours too late :wtc:
     
  6. Falconer

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    That's how you keep them from becoming arguments.
     
  7. giapia

    giapia Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you re

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    Listen first. Give your opponents a chance to talk. Let them finish. Do not resist, defend or debate. This only raises barriers. Try to build bridges of understanding. Don't build higher barriers of misunderstanding.

    had a BIG problem with that before --great exerpt :bigthumb:
     

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