A blessing in disguise

“Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle.”

George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)

I would have never liked someone who always disagrees to my opinions but lately I have started respecting them. Thanks to the last session which has created this huge impact on my thought system that Disagreements leads to better decision making. We all may like gullible people but as a leader and for the benefit of the organization I have started equally respecting the most argumentative people as well. This is something that will stay with me for the rest of my life. The best thing that I could ever learn in critical thinking classes so far. The session by VK on Mathematical calculations for decision making was extremely informative. Helped me to change my investment plans. The sessions are really good. Making a difference and leaving an impact.


  • Shalini Nandkumar

    Yes, Mayur Sir, I totally agree to your thought, “it has created this huge impact on my thought system that Disagreements lead to better decision making.” . welcoming different perspective and knowing it well where to apply critical thinking is something I will definitely follow.

  • Khushboo Inderjeet Sheth

    The point of disagreements lead to better decision making is something that I agree to. I have lately started working on the same and it becomes very important when you want great results for the organization and also helps us to foresee a lot of things which may benefit us in the long run while making important decisions.

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