It is as simple as that...Why cant we just come to the table and talk it out? I already know that you want to win and you should know that I want to win...so why is it that we are not both trying to help the other win? In the end, we all score and life goes on...easier said than done
IF YOU DON'T WANT TO ARGUE...DON'T GET MARRIED
You see in the marriage arena, discussing one subject usually leads to others and before you know it, the original subject has been lost or buried. The reasoning process fails here because of the emotional stake involved by the parties. Reversing the process can cure it..with time
In lawsuits, everyone starts out with a big bang and positioning...Intimidation's, subtle threats and excessive demands eventually will settle and then the real issues are addressed without all the fan fare. Until then, positioning is the name of this game and then settling
When presenting an offer to a seller or bank, now a days it invites skepticism or a less than predicable response. People looking to play the odds and hope to get lucky with low balling offers just drag out and complicate the process. The other parties retaliate by not responding or dragging the process out.
The quicker we can have the cherished and sought after meeting of the minds the better for us all. In all disputes or business transactions, the common ground is where we will find what we have in common and often unite in purpose. Getting there as quickly as possible benefits all