Each one in our group has a topic to do so it would be fair to everybody and so we can have something to contribute. What I personally learned from the project and the process is that Think Win-Win isn’t being nice, nor is it a quick-fix technique. It is a character-based code for human interaction and collaboration. Most of us learn to base our self-worth on comparisons and competition. We think about succeeding in terms of someone else failing. Win-Win sees life as a cooperative arena, not a competitive one. Win-Win is a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions. Win-Win means agreements or solutions are mutually beneficial and satisfying. Win-Win is an act between courage and consideration. To go for Win-Win, you are not only have to be emphatic, but you also have to be confident. You not only have to be considerate and sensitive, you also have to be brave. To do that—to achieve that balance between courage and consideration—is the essence of real maturity and is fundamental to win-win. Think Win-Win is an attitude toward life, a mental frame of mind that says I can win, and so can you. Think Win-Win is the foundation for getting along well with other people. It begins with the belief that we are equal that no one is inferior and superior to anyone else, and no one really needs to be. So let’s explore this strange idea called Think Win-Win. Win-Win is not Win-Lose, Lose-Win, or Lose-Lose. They are all common but poor attitudes toward life. Climb aboard, strap yourself in and let’s take a look at each one.
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