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No matter how right you think you are about something, picking a fight with the boss seems like a terrible career move. Or is it? Oddly enough, butting heads with the boss might not be so bad after all. According to this article in the Wall Street Journal, disagreeing with your superiors can actually help you advance your career - if you do it right, that is. Although it can be tricky, standing up to your boss can show courage and confidence - two good qualities to have in an employee. So, have you ever benefited from arguing with your boss? Tell us in the comments how you were able to win the argument! [poll id="40"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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