A Field Guide to Good Decisions: Values in Action by Mark D. Bennett

By Mark D. Bennett

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Snapshot framing doesn’t produce a clear statement of the issue to be decided. It simply makes us aware that people may approach the same situation differently. What people identify in this initial exchange may be very different. Some may immediately identify important values. “My initial take is that this is a bad idea. ” Others may jump right to solutions. ” Some may identify additional assumptions, feelings, and concerns. “No matter what I would like to do, I’m pretty much stuck as my parents’ caregiver.

Walk away with respect. ” Respectful withdrawal may be the wisest course when you have made serious efforts to address differences and find yourself at a dead end instead of a bridge. Remember that timing matters. If you walk away without judgment or an angry explosion, there may be another opportunity, at a better time, when progress is possible. “Mr. Lacey, I find myself out of ideas and out of patience with our discussion, which seems Comprehend What Matters 35 to be going nowhere. I think I understand your concerns and I sense you have given me a fair hearing.

Mr. Lacey, I find myself out of ideas and out of patience with our discussion, which seems Comprehend What Matters 35 to be going nowhere. I think I understand your concerns and I sense you have given me a fair hearing. Our beliefs about what is fair are just so far apart. I am going to call it a day. ” If You are on Your Own. . Although dialogue in the true sense involves two or more people, our inner conversation is real. “I’m of two minds about this question. ” Slow down and find a way to capture the messages from inside.

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