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Don’t let your dealings with one particular person overshadow the larger opportunity at hand. You could bend over backwards trying to get them on board-or you could simply go around ‘em. In either case, say all the “right” things. Do it: Push past them.
Could the “big-picture view” actually prove too distracting? At times like this, yes. Right now, maintaining day-to-day accuracy is more important than making lofty pronouncements. Keep your head out of the clouds, or you’ll miss a key detail. Do it: Stay focused.
Without understanding your own internal conflict, you’ll attract combative exchanges with others that have nothing to do with what’s really bothering you. Before climbing on your soapbox, ask yourself if you’re just looking for an excuse to fight. Do it: Look at yourself first.
Stay on top of your game, or you won’t notice yourself catering to his every whim-until you realize you’re majorly annoyed. Beware of hurrying to take care of others’ needs, without first considering whether it’s something you really want to do. Do it: Think before volunteering.
There comes a point when too much brainstorming-and not enough careful analysis-will keep you from getting anything done. Haven’t you gathered enough concepts by now? Pick one that sounds good, and start working on it. Do it: Turn ideas into action.
If you bend the rules just to shut somebody up, you won’t feel good about it later. Don’t muddy your line between “right” and “wrong”. Even if they try to spin it like you’re being difficult, they’re the one refusing to respect you. Do it: Stand your ground.
You won’t be able to block the emotion from seeping into your everyday conversation, even if you’d rather keep it hidden. Maybe it’s actually good for people to see how you really feel? If you can’t handle it, then stay out of sight. Do it: Express your feelings.
Leave the small misunderstandings alone. If you make it your duty to correct the details certain people have gotten wrong, you’ll end up creating more mess than it’s worth. Your logic won’t make sense to them-so they’ll likely ignore you anyway. Do it: Don’t correct them.
Even if you’re not getting exactly what you hoped for, don’t make a stink about it. This isn’t the best time to ask for more. They’re likelier to rush into judging you for being “greedy”. Hold off, and try for a better deal later. Do it: Accept what’s offered.
As your confidence level increases, you may unintentionally give off a vibe that others find intimidating. Reassure them that you’re easy to talk to. Reveal an intimate detail, or toss in a joke at your own expense. Do it: Show a softer side.
At a certain point, it might be wiser to cut the disagreement short. Even if you’re 100% right (at least in your version), it’s probably not worth continuing to press the point. The more you keep arguing, the less sense it’ll make. Do it: Let the battle go.
Just because nobody’s watching, that’s no excuse to use dirty tactics. Keep your private dealings respectable, or the bad karma will follow you to the next situation. If you’d be ashamed for your friends to find out, don’t do it. Do it: Treat ‘em fairly.