Anger Prevention

Anger Prevention Kit

  • 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.
  • Don’t criticize, condemn or complain because it makes you angry.
  • Learn to say ‘NO’.
  • Choose a job you love and you will not have a day of anger in your working life.
  • 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 5 minutes every hour.
  • Accept what you can not change and change what you can not accept.
  • Ask even stupid questions to avoid mistakes to furthur avoid others getting angry with you.
  • Say sorry at the right moment to reduce the anger of others. For every 10 minutes you are angry, you loose 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 loose.
  • The most common occupational disease of a poor executive is his inability to listen. The result is anger.
  • Never reply to a letter/mail/sms when you are angry.
  • Nobody can disgrace us other than ourselves. So why get angry?
  • Anger is a luxury in which only men of abundant means or absolutely no means can indulge.
  • Never go to bed with an argument unsettled.
  • Expectation breeds frustration. Frustration breeds anger.
  • Work is the best remedy for all angers. Men who do not know how to fight anger, die young.
  • Make common semse your best friend to reduce your anger and the anger of others.
  • Indecision makes you angry. Therefore, decide this way or that way.
  • If all else fails, lower your standards to make you less angry.
  • You can not 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.

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