To say a “Yes” first every time we want to response to others not only shows our affirmation and acceptance to what they are saying, it brings out the individual boundary of both parties.
To say a “Yes” first will calm down the urge to response or react.
To say a “Yes” first helps us to experience our smallness in the universe, help us humble in front of the destiny.
To say a “Yes” is the first step in [Pacing and Leading], whether it is a social setting or in a therapeutic counseling environment.
To say a “Yes” first may enhance the resiliency of the other party, it may also make us a positive resource of the other party.