Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Don't Interpret Or Judge

Don't interpret, judge or condemn what other are saying to you. This is difficult as we all carry our preconceived notions and ideas into every conversation. Let the other party define and explain their own value judgments. For example, what does a customer mean when he says: "I need quick delivery, good support and high quality."? How quick, how good, how high? There is only one way to find out; ask!

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