Saturday, March 28, 2009

It's Not About Me

Alternatively, I might decide it’s not really about me (most of the time it’s not about me, I find when I look at it calmly). If I just keep repeating that to myself, I can usually keep myself from responding in anger. Then I don’t need an explanation, I can just ask for what I want instead of fighting. I might say, “I need a few more days to get that done,” or “I can get that done today if someone from your department can give me a hand.”

Doing the Right Thing
and Achieving All Your Goals at the Same Time


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