Who Are You Really Mad At?

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August 7, 2012

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Who Are You Really Mad At?

If we live truly, we shall see truly

– Ralph Waldo Emerson –

Who Are You Really Mad At?

A father yells at his son who then hits his sister. A boss gets upset at a manager who then yells at their employees. In both obvious and subtle forms, people often do or say something to someone when it’s really intended for someone else. In this honest self-reflection, leadership expert Peter Bregman looks more deeply at his own behaviour to discover freedom from habits and the choice of more thoughtful, productive responses. { read more }

Submitted by: Pavi

Be The Change

Watch your speech to try to catch yourself before you say the wrong thing to the wrong person.

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