That's a very powerful question to ask yourself regularly. Personally, I would love for my answer to that question to be, "No one! Go me!". But that just isn't the case, unfortunately. Having said that, I know that I can bring awareness to situations (i.e. conflicts) where I have a choice to either be right, or to be kind -- in that moment.
My mentor explained it best to me when he said:
"When you defend your need to be right, you cut yourself off from the Love that's available in the present moment. When you surrender your need to be right, you make yourself available for the Loving solution."
It's important to understand that this doesn't mean that you must conceal your voice and you shouldn't defend your points or opinions. It's more about how you convey your message. Two people can share the same sentiment, but one might say it in a way that puts your ideas down and comes off as insulting, for example. While the other person might share their opinion in a way that makes you feel empowered, despite your disagreement.
This is something that has come up so often in my life and my awareness has been heightened. I stand for the possibility of releasing the need to be right.
Can you see how this could impair or repair areas of your life?