How To Bridge #Differences Begins With A Strong Ear

by Jason Young Guy


I have found this in my many situations of disagreements or encounters of debate and decision-making.

“In order to bridge differences, you need a strong ear, neutralized mind, and conscious ability to allow the inflow of all information without injecting unprocessed rationale. Then keep a dampened tongue, so once the mind rationally creates a neutral and common ground solution, the tongue is much more precise and efficient in delivering that solution to such a degree, the opposer will begin to subconsciously turn around their weak ear, strong tongue and irrational thinking into the same level of rationality, hence a bridge can now be formed. However, it starts with a strong ear first.”

Have a blessed one,

Jason Young Guy

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