Anger Management

Anger Management

ANGER MANAGEMENT The key to anger reduction is knowing yourself. Do important jobs now

before they become urgent. When you make mistakes, learn from them rather than getting angry.

Most problems are really the absence of ideas. Think ahead... anticipate... do it or get it done, even if second best... you will be less angry.

Organize your mind and organize your desk for six minutes every hour.

Say sorry at the right moment to reduce the anger of others.( I did it in MTC forum publicly ) For every 10 minutes you are angry you lose 600 seconds of happiness.

A short pencil is better than a long memory. Use it to reduce your anger. Nobody can make you angry

without your consent. Never get angry with a man who has nothing to lose. The most common occupational disease of a poor executive is

his inability to listen. The result is anger. Never reply to a letter when you are angry.

Make common sense your best friend to reduce your anger and the anger of others( I triedmy Hon.MTC colleagues know)

Indecision makes you angry. Therefore, decide this way or that way. You cannot change others as easily as you can change

yourself. Do not just catch your employees or your children doing wrong things; it will make you angry. Catch them doing right things.

When you want to get things done, use creative ways to remind people as they tend to forget conveniently; this will reduce your anger.

Most people remember 20 % of what they hear... understand this fact to reduce your anger.

Learn to say no with SMILE Aristotles Challenge

Anyone can become angry -- that is easy ( I learned it in MTC interactions) But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time,

for the right purpose, and in the right way -this is not easy. A strong man is not one who can fight but one who can control his temper when angry.

Anyone can be polite to a King, it takes a gentleman/Lady to be polite to a beggar.

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