Effective arguing is an important skill to develop. Verbal conflict is not about being contrary or negative, and it’s not about getting your own way.
Arguing is an inherent part of life that humans use to resolve issues and create new ideas and solutions. Arguing often breeds innovation. When people respectfully, accurately, and logically debate ideas, they become more informed and see the world through other perspectives.
When used effectively, an argument can resolve conflict and lead to better outcomes for all parties.
Using the "secrets" in How To Argue: 21 Ways to Win An Argument Without Losing a Friend you can become an effective, yet lovable, arguer. You’ll learn how to :
* Achieve mutually beneficial resolutions with your spouse, colleagues, and your children.
* Manage friendships more effectively by using your skills to win without alienating your relationships.
* Vastly improves your negotiating skills with your co-workers and supervisors, even clients and customers.
Effective arguing is a skill anyone can learn. From managing your own emotions to guiding others into a way of thinking that best suits your argument, there are a variety of skills you can use to be more effective when arguing with anyone about any topic at any time.
And best of all --- you save your relationships in the process!
Lucas McCain is a personal development author and senior writer for Laurenzana Press. His other popular books include Get Motivated: 101 Best Ways to Get Started, Keep Going and Finish Strong, Time Management Tips: 101 Best Ways to Manage Your Time, Happiness Habits: 21 Secrets to Living a Fun and Outrageously Rewarding Life, Overcoming Fear: 101 Best Ways to Overcome Fear and Anxiety and Take Control of Your Life Today, Self Confidence Secrets: How To Be Outgoing and Overcome Shyness and Stress Management: 101 Best Ways to Relieve Stress and Really Live Life.