Beneath Right and Wrong
You are right! They are definitely wrong! This thinking is called judgement. As soon as you see your way as right and their way as wrong you have made a judgement. Judgement leads to argument. Argument leads to a bunch of other miserable outcomes.
What if you can get beneath right and wrong? What if you can stop yourself from thinking that there is something so definite as right and wrong. What does it mean to be “right” anyway? Is it just an idea you are putting out there? In that case you want to be right just for the sake of “winning.” And if you want to be right to convince someone to be part of your team or the work you are building then you have two choices. One you can just move on from the person that doesn’t agree with it. Two, you can get beneath right and wrong to see what they need to make it work for them.
Getting beneath right and wrong loosens up the lines we draw in the sand and makes way for conversation rather than argument. Give it a try and you may find that life suddenly becomes much smoother.