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Biases are your ready-made encyclopedia of all the answers you need to prove yourself right, which can be a disaster in any argument.
Hold off your biases and try to find growth and new perspectives that come out of a productive disagreement. Take the conversation as a learning opportunity.
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Aporia is an ancient Greek concept of realizing that our interpretations and beliefs don't lead us to the truth.
In a disagreement, often certain crucial information isn't available or isn't clearly understood by either person. We need to ask ourselves if:
Disagreements cannot be resolved over Slack or Email. Try to do them in person, or at least over the phone.
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