COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

Some people think that compromising is not their cup of tea. If they’ll compromise they’ll consider as a weak person, as they view compromise as a weakness. They say ‘Strong people don’t compromise’. They are the kind of people who already declares their position and take a stand on it at any cost. It doesn’t matter for them whether it’s a personal or professional life. What do they surrender for this ?




If you’re defining winning as getting the upper hand always, defeating your opponent and winning at any cost, then you’re taking it wrong till now. In the short-term, you may win but think about the long-term relationships. Do these competitions can build your trust or teamwork ? No, this cannot do all this rather you’ve created a distrust and jealousy for yourself. That’s why, there’s another way to win the battle and not at any cost.

Compromise: A Win-Win Strategy

  • Serve a higher purpose rather than bowing to self-interests.
    In a relationship it grows when people seek a common purpose or interest rather than optimizing their individual interest.
  • Identify common interests.
    Compromise occurs when you take the win-win situation rather than win-lose, focus on what you can achieve rather than on what you can’t, focus on to each other’s needs and interests rather than focusing on your own.
  • Ensure that actions lead to mutual gains. 
    Relationships gains when everyone are in benefits. Prepare for short-term wins to secure long-term gains. Benefits don’t have to be equal, but they should be fair. Be aware, if the benefits are all on your side. If that happens, make something that can even your score. The bottom line…never win at the expense of the relationship.
  • Focus on performance rather than petty politics.
    Relationships grows when people are fair and respectful of each other’s views. Avoid politics, or any act that tarnishes the relationship.
  • Compromise your position, but not your principles.
    There will be times when your moral sense prevent you from compromising. Also, keep the disagreement between yourself and the other individual rather than going public.

 

Compromise when there’s need, if it can prevent you from ruining your relationship. It can be no big deal and it’s the winner’s way of winning the battle not losers.

Compromise: A Win-Win Strategy

COMPROMISE : REDEFINING WINNING

#THINK POSITIVE, STAY MOTIVATED !!

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