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'''Be constructive and gracious'''
 
'''Be constructive and gracious'''
  
Build allies, so that even those who disagree with you or will/can not act, will seek to help you when they can. Build empathy, rather than division. Forgive others mistakes and bias – we all make mistakes sometimes, and pointing out error is less likely to work than pointing out a way to improve. I’ve found that drivers particularly don’t like when you point out when they’re breaking the law and the only way to really get through is with subtlety or humour – straight out confrontation only seems to make people, all of us, more resolute.  
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By being constructive, gracious and building empathy you will achieve more success, though it can take a bit longer.
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* Build allies, so that even those who disagree with you or will/can not act, will seek to help you when they can.  
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* Build empathy, rather than division.  
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* Forgive others mistakes and bias – we all make mistakes sometimes, and pointing out error is less likely to work than pointing out a way to improve.  
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* Drivers particularly don’t like when you point out when they’re breaking the law. The only way to really get through is with subtlety or humour – straight out confrontation only seems to make people, all of us, more resolute.  
  
By being constructive, gracious and building empathy you will achieve more success, though it can take a bit longer.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:36, 10 June 2018

Be constructive and gracious

By being constructive, gracious and building empathy you will achieve more success, though it can take a bit longer.

  • Build allies, so that even those who disagree with you or will/can not act, will seek to help you when they can.
  • Build empathy, rather than division.
  • Forgive others mistakes and bias – we all make mistakes sometimes, and pointing out error is less likely to work than pointing out a way to improve.
  • Drivers particularly don’t like when you point out when they’re breaking the law. The only way to really get through is with subtlety or humour – straight out confrontation only seems to make people, all of us, more resolute.