Saturday, February 12, 2011

Analyzing How Some Disputes Begin Innocently. Part 3 of 3, the Solution Revealed.

If you read Parts 1 & 2 of Analyzing How Some Disputes Innocently Begin, I'm glad you are back to uncover what actually sparked the unforeseen dispute into a war of words.
The unforeseen dispute was caused by communicating the original idea, an idea that had already been apparently successfully implemented, in an oversimplified manner.
While many times, "less is more", that is not necessarily true when it comes to describing the secret to someone's success. W
hen it comes to describing the success of a project or endeavor, oversimplification can rile other people up and make them feel like they are being talked down to.
Even now I am treading the line of oversimplification in explaining what went unexpectedly wrong when an idea was freely shared.

If you read the comments section, please start at the bottom, not the top, so that you can experience the "escalation in miscommunication" that an overly simplified yet potentially successfully implemented idea, can spawn.

Oversimplification of successful endeavors can be a ticking time bomb when it comes to sharing that success with others. However, I thank Frank Garay and Brian Stevens of Think Big, Work Small, for letting us experience such an invaluable lesson while also sharing a potentially good idea with their own viewers.


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