Published on August 1, 2008
Slide 1: Anger Management dr.anil kumar Slide 2: a matchstick has a head but no brain Slide 3: It can only "burn" but cannot "brainstorm" Slide 4: The The key to anger reduction is knowing yourself. Slide 5: The Do important jobs before they become urgent. Slide 6: The When you make mistakes, Learn from them rather than getting angry. Slide 7: The Don’t criticize, condemn and complain because it makes you angry. Slide 8: The Learn to say no Slide 9: The Choose a job you love and you will not have Anger even a day in your working life. Slide 10: The Most problems are absence of ideas. Think ahead…anticipate… Do it or get it done, Even if second best… you will be less angry. Slide 11: Organize your mind and Organize your desk For Six minutes every hour. Slide 12: Accept what you cannot change & change what you cannot accept. Slide 13: Ask even stupid questions to avoid mistakes & to further avoid others getting angry with you. Slide 14: A short pencil is better than a long memory. Use it to reduce your anger. Slide 15: Nobody can make you angry without your consent. Slide 16: Never get angry with a man who has nothing to lose. Slide 17: The most common occupational disease of a poor executive is his inability to listen. The result is anger. Slide 18: Never reply to a letter when you are angry. Slide 19: Nobody can disgrace us other than ourselves. So why get angry. Slide 20: Anger is a luxury in which only men of abundant means or absolutely no means can indulge. Slide 21: Never go to bed with an argument unsettled. Slide 22: Expectation breeds frustration. Frustration breeds anger. Slide 23: Work is the best remedy for all angers. Men who do not know how to fight anger, die young. Slide 24: Make common sense your best friend to reduce your anger and the anger of others. Slide 25: Indecision makes you angry. Therefore, decide this way or that way. Slide 26: If all else fails, lower your standards to make you less angry. Slide 27: You cannot change others as easily as you can change yourself. Slide 28: Do not just catch your employees or your children doing wrong things; it will make you angry. Catch them doing right things. Slide 29: When you want to get things done, use creative ways to remind people as they tend to forget conveniently; this will reduce your anger. Slide 30: Most people remember 20 % of what they hear... understand this fact to reduce your anger. Slide 31: Don’t burn yourself like this… Slide 32: and like this… Slide 33: A match bursts out and burns itself As it doesn’t have brain. We have brains… Slide 34: Stay Cooool.