By : Mr Mih
Once upon a time, I went to an organization to pitch them about this idea I had.
I practiced my pitch so well because I couldn’t afford NOT to close the deal.
On getting there, everything was going as planned until I suddenly found myself arguing with a staff in the organization.
Unfortunately, I lost the deal because of that little baseless argument. I lost focus. I was stupid!
By the way, I just shared with you a true life story.
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Just of recent, I watched a video clip of Steve Harvey advising a young man who was about to get married to the woman of his dreams.
The man sought advice from Steve Harvey about the new world he’s stepping into – Marriage life.
Steve Harvey simply said to him ; “In marriage, you have to choose between being happy or being right!”
You get the point? Argument is for sure going to surface. Thus, you either have to choose between being happy or right. Got it?
Do you want to be happy or do you want to be right?
I’m quite a very controversial guy but sometimes in life, you’ve got to let some things slide so you can focus on the bigger picture.
In my universe, it doesn’t matter if I win the argument or not, I feel terrible after an argument – Either ways I lose.
I hate feeling terrible. I want excitement. I want to feel great.
Although, I’m very open to calm matured conversations where both parties don’t really care about who is right. They about learning something new/valuable
In my experience, argument ruins a lot of amazing relationships. In the end, it’s not worth it.
The “D.N.A” Principle
Few months ago, I created a simple principle that would help curb my “argumentative hormones” cos I argue a lot and I get very intense about it too.
Fortunately for me, it works! It works every single time! Each time I breach or ignore the principle, I get in trouble. I feel terrible again.
This principle has won me a lot of arguments ever since I discovered it.
Aside feeling bored, feeling terrible disgusts me. It ruins my momentum and I hate that.
Anyways, have you heard about the “D.N.A” principle? I doubt.
Just so you know, this article is all about the “D.N.A” principle.
Well, the “D.NA” principle has helped me win a lot of arguments. It would help you too. I highly recommend it.
By the way, what’s does the “D.N.A” principle mean or represent? Simple ;
D – Do
N – Not
A – Argue
Talk to you later.
Make It Happen,
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