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“You have a point, but I have a point too.”

Today’s post is about not taking a stand.

The context is when you force a person to make a choice between A and B, and they refuse to choose. To justify their indecision, they say “you have a point, but I have a point too”.

People who base their (in)action on such self-righteous thoughts are actually quite volatile. As much as possible, avoid working with such people because they are simply waiting to side with the winning party.

In other words, there is a direct conflict of interest. Either now or later. And negative consequences would inevitably manifest.

 

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Hi! This is Wan Wei and some affectionately call me WW. As a naturally curious person, I have interviewed over 100 inspiring politicians, C-level executives, entrepreneurs and influencers globally! Also Editor in Chief at IKIGUIDE (www.ikiguide.com), Asia's first portal on personal branding.

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