How to Argue and Win Every Time

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Argue and Win

In our professional lives, we will face situations that might lead to serious arguments. Everyone wants to win and have the last say in an argument. Quite frankly, knowing when to shut up will help you tremendously. The ability to control your tongue will help you avoid unnecessary mistakes and failures in your business.

  1. Don’t make it Personal

Mostly arguments arise in a business due to conflict of interests. Young entrepreneurs tend to take the heat to their brain making irrational decisions. Hence, it’s important that you should take a step back and ask the question, “Is this necessary or am I being too emotional”? Making decisions when you are emotionally will haunt you in the near future.

  1. Have Proper Communication

Most businesses use emails to effectively communicate as it is professional and record keeping is easier. However, in case an argument arises don’t simply write long emails explaining the cause and course of action required. Picking up the phone or calling in a meeting with the person is a preferred option. You can misinterpret anything written in the email therefore causing unnecessary concern and trouble for you.

  1. Learn to Press “Delete”

In this digital age, some people like to confront businesses by keeping themselves anonymous. They will put hateful and rude comments on baseless accusations. Therefore the best way to deal with your haters is to avoid the heat altogether. Writing a composed argument may not benefit your cause much therefore don’t engage haters at all. Instead have a sense of humor as these hateful comments are quite funny in nature.

  1. Having the last word won’t do you any Benefit

Having the last jab certainly feels great however people tend to remember your last comment and may haunt you down the line. So simply believe that it isn’t worth it wasting your precious time and energy. Don’t gloat as it’s quite unattractive and should be avoided.

  1. Less is more

In a meeting if you are encountered with a difficult question or situation, you don’t have to go on and on explaining everything from scratch. Being concise will reflect your intellect on your colleagues. Also, they might support your argument if they don’t get bored as people don’t like our voices as much as we think.

  1. Be Intelligent in your Conversation

All of us have multiple opinions but it doesn’t imply that we can speak whatever comes to our mind. You should be considerate in your choice of opinions as some are best left unspoken. It’s possible that your opinion might be taken personally and can hurt your sales and revenue drastically. Also, it isn’t polite to put forward opinions without any solid justification for them.

  1. Be Comfortable with Awkward Silences

As a mature person, you shouldn’t be uncomfortable with awkward silences. Let the other person speak their mind and listen calmly. Mostly the person that speaks first tends to lose the argument. Think thoroughly what you want to say and be confident with your response.

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