Deal or No Deal

By | September 21, 2016

I have something more to say only if you disagree with me.

Whenever there is a deal, the multi-dimensional perspectives are lost.

So then, I prefer to argue for the opposite and appreciate the new assessments.

57 thoughts on “Deal or No Deal

  1. MultidimensionalHE

    Reminds me of a conversation I had with my virtual girlfriend earlier about the actions of others. Very different perspective makes you think about your own actions and consistently reevaluate self. I appreciate this post.

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  2. theonlysup

    Well a little different thought here. Most deals happen when both parties benefit from it. I mean only when there is a win-win situation they create.that means both are walking a mile in each other’s shoes.
    Otherwise deal wouldn’t have happened at all …

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    1. Akhila Post author

      you are right, a win-win could create a better deal…but it happens more in an official atmosphere..
      now just think, if you had agreed with me on this post, i wouldn’t have much to talk. now, see your views could inject something new into my readers…
      (and i know that you will be here with this reply.. shhhhhh….).

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  3. myheartbeats4ublog

    hahaha…same pinch, ma’am akhila! this time, for a change, I want to agree with your view. But then, if I agree, the conversation ends, I presume? and so…..

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        1. Akhila Post author

          hari.. what do you mean by myheartbeats4u..? is it ‘ my heart beats 4 u’ or ‘my heartbeats 4 you’

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  4. Akhila Post author

    hmm.. well shal, just take your comment itself.. if you had agreed to that, probably nothing more to say , other than a ‘thanks’.. now, see, you came with a different perspective..that’s it..

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  5. vishal4uu

    If we continue doing argument , just for the sake of argument , then obviously no deal can be chalked out at all. Well we require good deal among us. So argue hard for the benefit not for the sake.

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    1. Akhila Post author

      thanks vishal…you know, while we play for the opposite, it is much easier to converge on the best deal

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