Admitting that you are wrong is a strength

  • As opposed to what we feel about being wrong, if we think about it logically, we have nothing to lose by admitting that we are wrong. If we are in an argument, the other person already thinks that they are right. Admitting that only helps us seem more sympathetic. This point is argued in Book - How to win friends and influence peopleBook - How to win friends and influence people

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    author: Dale Carnegie
    title: How to win friends and influence people




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  • If you are wrong, the most productive course of action is to admit it quickly and empathically and move on, even if that sounds painful.