Sunday, May 22, 2011
Sometimes it is wiser to join forces with opponents than to fight them. By The Napoleon Hill Foundation
Sometimes it is wiser to join forces with opponents than to fight them.
By The Napoleon Hill Foundation
What a better world this would be if we worked together in harmony toward the achievement of our shared goals instead of engaging in petty disputes and turf battles. When you allow yourself to be dragged into personality conflicts, game playing, arguments about who gets the credit, and disagreements about trivial issues, they only drain your energy and sour your attitude. Plus you waste valuable time that could be spent on far more important matters. When you make an effort to understand others' motivations, you may well discover that your opponents have far more in common with you than you think. When you cage your ego and look at the situation from the other person's point of view, you can almost always find a way to work together for your mutual advantage.
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