“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him better.”
– Abraham Lincoln
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At work, as elsewhere, it is so very hard to understand others, particularly others we don’t “like.” At the same time, at work, especially, it is so very advantageous to know and understand those we don’t “like.” If you can understand others, you can work better with them, around them, or if it is necessary, defend yourself from them. Give it some thought: wouldn’t it be best if you understood your friends and those who are not yet your friends, instead of allowing any of them to become your enemies?
This quote was sent to us by Stephen A. of Saugerties, New York, a quaint town in the wonderful Hudson River Valley of New York State. Thanks, Stephen for your truly insightful gift.
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