When No News is Good News: a 4-Step Approach for Delivering Unwelcome News

“No news is good news” has remained a popular proverb for hundreds of years, meaning we’d all rather hear nothing at all if the alternative is bad news. When someone tells us they have good news and bad news, the majority is most likely to hear the good news first so it helps soften the blow of the bad.

         

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