We share this article by Judith E. Glaser, CEO of Benchmark Communications and the chairman of The Creating We Institute, because it offers a glimpse into communication patterns that can be detrimental to relationships – in life and the workplace.  The need to be right causes others to either fight, flight, freeze or appease, all of which prevents honest sharing of information and opinion.

In the article, Your Brain is Hooked on Being Right, Judith explains the brain science behind why we become addicted to arguing our case and winning and offers practical tips for breaking this addiction.  Read it now.

Are you addicted to being right?  How are you trying to break your addiction?

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