CJ Jouhal
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An Entrepreneur that leverages technology to grow and enhance a business. A Technologist that understands business and entrpreneurship and makes technology facilitate the business model.

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Agreement Is Better Than Argument

An agreement is an agreement between two or more parties. A contract is a particular type of agreement which, by its terms and elements, is legally binding and enforceable in court. Dear Dan, I agree that there are cases where we fight even after an agreement. Today I talked about structure and strategy with my superior. He said the structure was strategy-based. I asked in a surprising way – is that true? I think the structure defines the strategy. Finally, we came to the same conclusion that the structure defines the strategy. I thought we had the same ideas, but in different ways. This means that we can argue by trying to listen as we know it.

It also means that our rigidity and stereotypical reasoning process can also lead us to argue even after an agreement. The most important part we argue for when we agree is that we do not understand or share the feelings of others. If the perspective is lacking, we tend to argue even after an agreement. I think the attachment to weapons and release depends on people and situations. If the person is rigid, we should let him go. If the arguments lead to a better solution and a better understanding, we must stick to our weapons. If it strengthens relationships and trust, we must stick to our weapons. The most fundamental difference between an argument and a discussion is that the fact is that a discussion is more like a conversation you have with a friend, it`s talking about topics you like, even if they`re different from what your boyfriend likes. However, an argument in more type of struggle, where every human being tries to make other things see from their point of view. Imagine your friend telling you that your preferences are wrong and that you want the same things as them, if you try it.

That would be more of an argument than a discussion. An agreement can only mean that one party accepts the offer of another party. Since this scenario does not involve any consideration, it is not a contract. Other common examples of non-contract agreements are gentlemen`s agreements and unlicensed betting pools. The key element of all contracts is that they are legally unenforceable. For the five reasons, the main reason I have seen arguments is the tone of the voice. The WAY, someone says something. Did they really say what they mean or did they say something else? Personally, I appreciate straight people who do not hesitate to say what they mean. Finally, we may have material issues that rise to the outcome of the argument. After all, one of the main reasons we think about arguments is our path. We want to convince others to do what we want and follow our example. Never assume that others are not open to intelligent arguments.

The story is littered with examples of people who really change their minds, even in the strongest environments imaginable. On the other hand, if you are a leader with an inventive, spontaneous, reflective maker in your team, try to see them more as an explorer/generator of ideas than a debater, and put that talent when and where it is appropriate. You can schedule a 1-1, with the exception of a meeting where a thorough discussion could burn other people`s time, and use your “discusser`s” abilities to explore unusual but useful perspectives. It`s not easy to digest how you put forward if both agree! This is nothing more than an immature waste of time. In addition, the standards of argument are good not only for individuals, but also for groups. They allow for the challenge of collective conflicts and decisions in a respectful and inclusive manner, rather than imposing an agreement or escalating the conflict. Instead, compliance with the standards of argument shows respect for our partners, who argue as intelligent and rational individuals. It recognizes that they can change their minds on the basis of reason. I`m with you. I LOVE exploring ideas. Often it is considered argumentative.

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