No, I’m waterfront against it for a while.And only then can I confess my unevenly.
Do not admit protect me perhaps at the moment against the possible pain of being wrong, but in the long term, the pains thereof, especially in a pattern, are much higher.
So please admit if I have something wrong.Is a chance to learn again.
I have few problems with that.
Yeah, but that almost never happens to me;)
I don’t really bother with that myself.But I do try to figure out * why * I am wrong so I learn something.
If I cannot be made clear (enough), it can still be true or correct.In general, the people I’m going to be able to convince me to do.
Yes, it does.I think that is a major form of honesty. When you know you are wrong and still continue, you leave the other with a bad feeling and you show little respect.
Moreover, when someone unjustly continues to defend his version and knows that IE is wrong, it will have to walk more and more side paths and detours and indicate irrelevant arguments to convince you.That’s just tiring and where I never gave up before, I learned that it’s pointless to keep going against it.
What I do always do is give a summary of these arguments and say something like: 鈧?艙 鈧?娄 so you decide that 鈧?娄.And then I say that any further discussion in my opinion seems pointless.
In business context, I am not very difficult to do that, in my previous work as a physician, this was a good physician.
Once I apologized to the bed of a patient who had a known (1 in 2.000 or so something) complication of a polyp removal (prevents colon cancer later) in colonoscopy, an intestinal perforation for which he had to undergo surgery to To close the hole.
A pupil nurse who heard it spoke to me later, and told me that it was surprising that I talked about it so open with the patient, and I apologized, while it was just as it was for me.
Personally, therefore, I do not think so much, although I always want to explain how I came to the choice that was not so appropriate.
That depends, of course, on a lot!
The problem may be something abstracts, or something that concerns me, or something that is emotionally charged to me, or even something that becomes existential.It also depends on who criticizes me.Do I respect you? Do I see you, i.e. as an interlocutor, are you even someone I look up to because I am impressed by your insights or wisdom, or have I come to the conclusion that you are really throwing your cap at it? The circumstances also play a role. I like everyone good and bad moments or days.
So on Quora I won’t touch any subjects that get me emotionally or existentially too strong, talk to people who say to believe that the Earth is flat, and the conditions?Well, Quora is a hobby, and at hobbies you are usually in good mood. Even if you weren’t always 5 minutes earlier. So on Quora I have little trouble with admitting that I’m sitting somewhere next. But that is not always and everywhere. I’m a brave guy but no pushover.