We should hear what the other person is telling and we should allow him to explain his viewpoint. You may accept his viewpoint or not is your decision. I have seen in many meeting in our office, some people attend the meeting with some preconceived ideas. They try forcing their decisions on others. There will be some people who always agree with them and these people take that as an advantage and force their decisions.
We should consider the views of others based on the value of the proposal but on the basis of who made that proposal. Then only we will get the best solution for the problems.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
" Be Good and Do Good "
All type of people exist in our society and we can cut them from our lives, we have to stay with them. One of my elder cousin who is an advocate, often, visits my home and sits with me for hours, the reason is that he is too talkative and everybody runs away from him but I listen to him silently, so he visits me to vent out his views, thoughts, knowledge, however, I try to change this meeting to a meaningful dialogue by changing our talk to a healthy discussion.
Knowledge is power.