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Summary

Do you find it difficult working with certain people? Do you find your blood pressure rising during your conversations with them? Do some people seem to continually step on a nerve? How do you deal with them? What changes can you alone make that will equip you to be a steadier collaborator?

Welcome to 10 Ways to Make Sure You Never Stop Being Defensive. We will discuss many things about defensiveness and the ways we can overcome it.

And, as the title suggests, we will also talk about the 10 rules to follow if your goal is to stay defensive forever. Those rules are:

1. Personalize Matters That Aren't Personal.

2. Make All Matters Into Matters Of Worthiness.

3. Look For Offenses In Everything.

4. Assume To Know What Others Are Thinking.

5. Dodge The Blame.

6. Always Speak And Act Before Thinking.

7. Do Not Be Self Aware.

8. Do Not Hear The Message Behind The Words.

9. Always Be Right.

10. Never Take Any Crap From Anyone.

Get ready to delve into a subject that is interesting, beneficial, and rarely talked about!

©2016 Caleb Kruse (P)2016 Caleb Kruse

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  • justo
  • 24-02-17

I learned a lot from the short book.

It was good, but my only critique would be to not spend so much time on the definition of defensiveness at the beginning of the book. As well the other thing that might confuse people is the way The author talks about not being defensive. It is kind of confusing instead of telling the viewer or the listener hey these are the things you shouldn't do it seems like he's maybe being sarcastic and telling the viewer what they should be doing to be defensive which I know what they're trying to do but to other people it might be confusing. It was a great overall read and I picked up a lot of good pointers.

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