Everyone has different personalities and different ways of dealing with problems. So, how will you start problem solving activities in the face of disputes and troubles? Take a look at the test below.
Begin the Test:
If someone deliberately finds trouble, what would you do?
A) Be patience
B) Arguing with the other party
C) Go away
D) Patiently explain to each other
Choose A: You are very confident and confident that you can get along well with others. For example, you are likely to encounter such a situation: You are excited to talk about a topic, but suddenly were transferred to others. When you encounter such a situation, you will feel very unhappy, but still endure it. You can’t compete with the other side to argue with arguments. When you encounter someone provocative, you can only whisper with patience. On the other hand, you are a person who likes to treat other people indirectly. They will observing each other’s strengths secretly, and then find someone to reason, or find a lawyer to help, but they will not automatically come to the door. You always use circuitous tactics and hope that things can be resolved.
Choose B: You are very confident and in trouble. You will always be right and confident. Even when you are emotional, you will use force. You feel that you cannot admit defeat. In fact, sometimes it is unwise to use force and it will lead to an uncontrollable situation. It is suggested that you should be calm and do not let the trivial matter become a big event and eventually get out of hand.
Choose C: Choosing to slip away means that you are trying to escape the problem. You do not have the courage to face the problem, and this way, it will make the trouble more arrogant. When you are in trouble, you become very uneasy and helpless. In fact, this is a manifestation of a serious lack of self-confidence. You have little interest in dealing with others and escape from trouble. Advise you to still actively face and let yourself grow up.
Choose D: You will explain to the other party, stating that you are not a full-blown person. Instead, you will explain your own reasoning and let the other party understand that he is wrong and that it is unreasonable. You want the other person to admit mistakes, and from the beginning, you will overpower the other person.