We Are In This Together

I think the words You and I can be very decisive, depending on the situation, and should be avoided. Even if you adjust your tone, using You and I creates two separate groups, which distances you from your client’s need.
(Source: Justin Cutroni, Avoid I and You in Consulting)


 

I agree and would extend this beyond just consulting. In any type of relationship – whether business or personal – it would signify a tighter bond by using “we”.

We are in this together.

 


I wanted to understand how an Agile thought process can make
project management more enjoyable. This book has done the trick.

(This is an affiliate link to Amazon.)

 
 

Subscribe to WILJR.ORG

Sign up now to get access to the library of members-only issues.
Jamie Larson
Subscribe