At times, we all have to opine on difficult subjects: at work and outside of work.
when doing so, because we understandably are affected by our leaders,
we may be tempted to use what works for politicians: reducing complexity
to black-and-white sound-bites and sounding very sure of ourselves.
Often, that mitigates against the required nuance.
As a modest
attempt to encourage all of us to move toward more nuance, and
hopefully to make the case in a way more interesting than lecturing at
you in typical how-to article style, my PsychologyToday.com article today offers what an nuanced set of
responses to an interview of a presidential candidate might look like.