The Master's Way Is Always Right
There can be many reasons why a Master wants to "do it his way." The simplest ones are the most obvious. He knows it works, he prefers it done that way, he thinks his way is right or he is teaching his slave a lesson in obedience. The slave might well have a better way but if it is preference such as one route over another or one tool or product over another, then the slave should just accept that he gets it his way because in the long run, it mostly doesn't matter. Or, when in doubt, do it the Master's way.
For example, I only buy Dawn dish soap. Yes, there are other dish soaps that are cheaper or work about as well and just maybe, even better. But...I KNOW it works and cuts grease very well. Also, I am the one paying for it. So, in the long run it meets the, it’s my choice and it doesn't really matter all that much in the long run so the slave should just accept that it will be Dawn that sits by the kitchen sink, rule. This is an easy example.
For other things, even when the slave believes her Master is wrong about something, it should always be that she does her best to obey or accept and be ready to help fix things if she was right and he was wrong. Reality says that sometimes the Master is right and sometimes the slave is right and sometimes both can be partially right and partially wrong or even both right or both wrong. If whatever it was worked, then the slave can just let it go and accept that she was wrong. If the Master was wrong, the measure of a man is not in whether or not he makes mistakes, as he will make mistakes, but in how he deals with the mistakes he makes. Admitting a mistake and working to fix it is always a good thing. Always denying that he made any or could make any mistakes means it is time to run for the hills or wherever you can get away from the idiot. The same can be said for the mistakes a slave makes and yes, they make them too. How she handles them is her measure as a person and as a slave.
When a Master wants his slave to do something the "hard way" it could be part of a test or training in obedience or it could be a punishment. If the slave thinks or knows it is the former, then she should obey and do it the best she can. If it is a punishment, then she absolutely should obey and get it done as quickly and correctly as she can and do it his way.
There are some owners who believe that only they should make any decisions in the relationship and the slave should make none and simply obey no matter what. If that is what both want, then enjoy. Go back to the lines about what a Master or slave does to fix their mistakes being the important measure of them. I personally find that type either very rigid in how they want everything and all things in effect have a fixed way to do them or they are so insecure in themselves that they must control every possible thing lest someone gain some sort of control over them. The rigid ones are not bad and are certainly not for most, but the insecure ones are probably a type of control freak who must be right at all costs and is involved in consensual slavery to get back at everyone who ever did them wrong. This type of way too common in the bad Masters and many to most of the domestic abusers. The two can be the same thing but thankfully a majority are not.
The best way for the slave to behave when she believes she has a better way or something her Master should know is to beg to offer information. She should never demand it be done her way, and to accept that like in the military, a junior officer can give information to the commanding officer but the commanding officer makes the final decision and the responsibility for it belongs to the commanding officer and theirs alone. With the power of owning a slave goes the responsibility to be the best owner that you can be. For a slave, the responsibility is to serve her owner to the best of her ability and to give herself and control over herself to him.
In the end, the default assumption should always be the same, no matter what the situation. The Master is always right even if he could be wrong and the slave still gets the final words. "Yes Master."
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