I just had a very healthy conversation with someone, perhaps one of the very people I adore presently (Presently because I fight a lot :: who doesn’t agrees with me so it’s possible I can have a big fight with her tomorrow). 😉 Just saying, anyway.
As always the conversation started by the north and ended by the south via east and west, bottom line total impromptu act and nearly a mess. 😛 (so the title will make sense to only two people)
Summary of the story :: I was pointed out that “” I can never be wrong”” and whatever I say is the ultimatum, not the first time I am accused of this and its bang on. I can never be wrong. Should I ? Or Should You if in my position ?
You should be bold via your thoughts, and put each and everything on the table. Obviously respecting the thoughts of other not undermining anyone, but you should have a self belief to be right. (Yes it should be backed with a good logic, sometimes maybe not :: it depends on the topic).
Every time you state an opinion you have the probability either to be right or be wrong, so why leave it to the other person’s perspective/thought. Why let anyone overpower you :: this all should happen in a healthy environment its a must. If you are wrong than you are time will teach you and time is the best teacher of the all :: this I am sure of as mind is smart enough to understand that. For example you have a business idea and you have other people opinions use them to enhance the idea :: but not drop it. If it has to doom it will, never give up the probability to be right : if you are wrong you will learn (time will teach you) you will be up with a greater idea. This applies to even the smallest of events in life, maybe a relative telling you MBA is best for you :: you will get a job blah blah. But all you want is to be custom car designer or anything don’t let anyone hold you etc, etc.
In in your life its said you only need to be right just once 🙂 so why risk it, let time decide it.
Take risks, believe in yourself and yes you are never wrong. “” There is nothing wrong to be always right. “”