Understanding someone else’s perspective = compromise=friends

Compromising means understanding, listening to the other person and trying to consider their point of view, and coming to a ‘compromise’ – an option that might be different to what you both wanted, but something you will both be happy with.

When neither person is willing to compromise, both people lose out.

Compromising is very important when trying to make (and keep) friendships.

This video is one of a series was produced by 6 Gallons of Awesomeness as a part of a challenge for Destination Imagination an American program in which students work in teams to solve mind-bending Challenges and present their solutions at Tournaments.

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