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This is the right way to challenge someone’s thinking

3 Jul 2020

If you want to share your perspective in a way that gets heard, and acted upon to create positive change, try these three steps.

It’s natural to feel angry when someone says or writes something that we find offensive. Lashing out may feel satisfying in the moment. But if our goal is actually to change the person’s mind or get them to reconsider their approach, assailing their intentions or labeling them (an idiot, a classist, a narcissist, etc.) is often counterproductive.

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