Don't vote against a plan or decision if you're the only one doing so, unless it's for ethics or principles (and it usually isn't).
We've talked before about counting your votes. There's also a time to change your vote. Because the world isn't black and white. It's not just about ideas and plans and decisions. It's also about relationships. And that means ... politics.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What should I do if I'm the only who disagrees with a plan?
- Does it make sense to be the lone holdout on a plan or a decision?
- Can voting against something for the right reasons be detrimental?
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