Day One of 30-Day Challenge :
Our Irresistible Need to Be Right



Day One of our "When Being Right is Wrong" Challenge.

Dr. Robert Bolten, of the bestselling "People Skills" said this about his twenty-five year research on conflict: "Over 95% of all conflict stems from our own irresistible need to be right."

Today, just NOTICE (it's only Day One!) where you need to be right. Notice how you can't STAND to be thought wrong. Notice how you mentally yell at yourself for a mistake. Just NOTICE today (and share any insights with us, please!)

AFTERNOON FOLLOW-UP:

At 5pm on Day One of the "Don't Be Right" challenge, check in with yourself. How did you do? Did you catch yourself struggling with inserting your opinion, being irritated with someone who didn't share your view? Did you notice how often other people (unknowingly) make you wrong in an effort to make themselves right? Share with all of us... what you did that was successful and what you learned when you weren't.



Return from "People Skills" and Back to 30-Day Challenge"

See DAY TWO



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I work as a teller at a small bank. I just started one month ago and I am still making quite a few mistakes. Silly ones too. My anxiety gets the better …

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i find i want to be right when i am driving ... so i am going to change this. tks Bill

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