Whether we realize it or not, compromise is part of everyday life.
From navigating workplace politics to finding common ground in a relationship, playing well with others is key when it comes to future success.
Just because this is true doesn't make it any easier.
I have to admit, as someone who can be very stubborn, I sometimes have a hard time with compromise. I'd like to think that when it comes to major decisions, I can go 50/50 on almost anything.
However, my stubbornness tends to come out with smaller, more frequent choices.
You know, the "Where do you want to eat?" kind or the "What do you want to watch?" variety.
Regardless of the kind of compromise you're making, I think the most important part is paying attention to long-term trends.
Are you unwilling to compromise nines times out of ten? Do you always have your way when it comes to one specific type of decision?
If you ask me, these trends say a lot more than a one-off decision.