Business, Anger and Success
Like so many other key practical skills, business schools may not teach anger management skills, but it seems to me fundamental for the small businessman or managers.
Running businesses is not easy- it can be just as personal as other aspects of our life… And when business is personal, things can get emotional.
However I learned:
1) Anger is genuine. And genuineness is a key trait of leadership.
2) If we can practice explaining our anger instead of expressing, it can result in creating better harmonies and relationships at workplace.
2) Anger often drives focus and action – You don’t get distracted. You’re not tempted to multitask. All you can see is what’s in front of you.
Anger is practical so don’t hide it.
Express the way you feel, but in a controlled and harnessed way.