May I Offer a Different Perspective?


That is a hard question to ask clients who always have an opinion on how things should be done, and a hard question to ask your more senior colleague who is working on project with you. They will typically say yes, but watch their body language. Unless you are a great team, they will be defensive about their idea.

I thought of this recently. I know two lawyers that for this blog I will call “Yin” and “Yang.” (Check the active link to understand why I chose those names.)

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