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Top 3 Tips from Lisa McLeod:  

1. Embrace AND -  Replace "Yes, but"  with,  "Yes, AND" It will change the trajectory of your argument. Just because you're right doesn't mean they're wrong,

2. Make Peace with Ambiguity - Lose your attachment to a certain outcome.  This doesn't mean giving up your goals, it simply means considering other options. Be willing to sit with uncertainty for a while.

3. Discern Intent - You know what they're doing, but you don't know why.  Don't assume the worst, ask the other person questions to figure out what might be behind their actions. They may be misguided, but it's unlikely they're truly evil.

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