6. Be transparent in how you communicate. - Deepstash

6. Be transparent in how you communicate.

Insecure people have a tendency to see gaps in arguments, so structure how you communicate with them in this order:

  1. This is what I am certain about...
  2. This is what I believe, but am not certain about...
  3. This is what I know too little about to have a view on...

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