When we look at the challenges in politics or business around the world, we can see the opposing teams trying to face each other down and out do each one another. I don't know about you, but sometimes I look at them and think both sides are wrong, or perhaps I have to take a neutral position as I am unsure about the facts.
The thing is, a lot of the time neutral isn't so neutral after all. Did Switzerland really not care who won WW2? Are we so deflated as human beings that we cannot make an informed judgement on the important things in life? The reality is that when we say we don't agree with either side, we have by definition set up another argument, we are actually offering an alternative position.
To bring this closer to home, are we taking up neutral positions that are undermining our growth and the successful outcomes we say we want? I hear people say things like, "he's into all that personal development stuff and networking, which is good, but it's not for me." Or, "she...
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