ANGER ON MY MIND

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It is often said that a person with manners never lets another person feel bad about themselves. Everyone deserves respect, yet some people are under the misconception that others deserve it more. The person who is sweeping up the street is a human being who deserves the same respect as the president of the United States, but he is not going to get it, despite the fact that both men, as they say, put their pants on in the same way. Both are mortal and neither can escape death. The impact that the president has on others is apparent. The impact the street sweeper has is not apparent, but is still there. Each person’s life has value and impacts other’s lives. Everyone deserves respect.

Often, when we have a conflict with another individual, we will be tempted to try to diminish their sense of self worth by showing them little or no respect. Do you think that this is a healthy way to resolve conflict?

One of the first things you want to do when you find yourself involved in a conflict with another individual is to acknowledge the fact that this other individual is a real life human being and deserves respect. Think about the times when you felt that you were not shown proper respect from others. How did it make you feel? Would you be more inclined to resolve an issue with someone who showed you respect or someone who treated you with disdain?

Naturally you would be more inclined to want to resolve an issue with someone who treated you with respect. Anyone would say this. But how do we resolve a conflict, make sure that our needs are met and still show respect to another individual?

Whether you are in a business environment or personal situation, showing respect towards other people is crucial if you are to have good communication skills, be able to resolve conflict and be emotionally competent.

 

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Not everyone is willing to change. Take the example of Michael who still languishes at the law office where he hopes to be a partner. Many people resist change for a variety of reasons. The number one reason why people refuse to change is that they are afraid of the unknown.
Another reason why people refuse to change is that they do not want to step out of their comfort zone. Even if their way is not working and they express being dissatisfied, they will still resist change. This is why people end up failing. And why you will succeed. If you are willing to change and find better ways to do things, you can also help motivate 

You cannot expect people to change their way of doing things overnight. If you have ever worked in a business where someone new came in and took over and tried to institute change right away, you understand that sort of frustration. After all, you are getting along fine, you feel comfortable with your job and all of the sudden someone comes along and wants to change the way that you do everything. It can be scary and threatening others to change as well.

While you may become more resilient and willing to change in your quest to grow, others around you may not be so willing to change. Yet if they work with you or for you or are living in your house, you have to motivate them to change. You cannot do this all of a sudden. You have to do it in small steps.

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Think of 10 things that you like about yourself and put them on post it notes. Put the notes in places around the house and bathroom so that you see them in the morning when you get up.  These will be your affirmations for the day. Repeat them to yourself on a daily basis.  Again, if you don’t believe in the good about yourself, you will not have much luck in convincing others about it. Start believing in yourself and give yourself positive self talk and eliminate the negative.  Each time you say something negative to yourself or about yourself, stop. This is not effectivecommunication.  Even when you are talking to yourself, you should communicate in aneffective and positive manner.   No longer use negative talk to yourself and watch the differencein your self confidence. You will also notice a difference in the way that others treat you.

 

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