#47 - have an argument

Find someone in your organisation.

Agree to disagree.

Take 15 minutes, on a topic of their choice.

And try and argue against every single point they make.

Aim to construct a valid and logical argument.

Even if you agree with the points they make.

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Why?

Being able to argue a point, whether you agree with it or not, is a valuable exercise in both understanding more about others, and in conversation. You have to both listen and consider your response – and look for how you construct a path of thought which isn’t necessarily based upon your own experience and world-view.

Make sure you explain the process to your colleague before you start, and anything said in the argument is for the sake of the exercise.