Seven sentences written by L. Ron Hubbard, excerpted from his “Route to Infinity”
In interpersonal relations, you will notice that when you have a person agreeing on a decision, you will get action. If a person agrees on a decision, you will get action if it’s an action decision, and if it’s a “not to be” or an inaction decision, you will also get the inaction. In other words, you get what you want by bringing to pass an agreement. This is very, very important in interpersonal relations and is actually the one problem of interpersonal relations. You’ll find all arguments are based upon an inability to agree. You will find that all friction which occurs between an individual and a group, an individual and another individual or a group and a group is simply on this basis of disagreement. And this disagreement comes about because of a divergence of decision.
Huh? You’re kidding me … right?