A conflict is costly, energy-intensive and removes focus from what’s important – from what we’d most likely wanted to spend our time, our powers and our money on.
The conflicts that end in court end up with losers on both sides.
In any case, if we count on all the time and attention we could have spent on it we would rather spend our precious time and attention.
Solving a conflict quickly and in a good way is important. In front of energy-intensive and crunchy rounds in court.
This is where we get on the track.
The most important thing is not to be right, but to be fine.