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When it comes to mutual understanding, clarity and brevity is the ONLY way to go


Even if a mutual understanding becomes a reality being clear, concise, and brief is the only route to take. Do not fall victim to emotions when it comes to trying to avoid a mutual understanding. By keeping things simple those that want to over complicate their message will inevitably become too complicated to execute. Brevity and Clarity is better in any kind of argument or negotiation.

Remember, Actions over Words all day, every day!

Get To Work,
David Guerra, MBA
author of “The Walking Leader”

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