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Manage anger

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Garry Francis

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Manage anger

Manage anger

objective
Know how to get calm.
What if we do nothing?
Well let's see.
Idea 1
deep breaths.
Idea 2
Go away.
Describe the current situation
someone is annoying you and won't stop.
Describe the desired state
For that person to stop.
Describe the idea you think is best
ask to stop.
Conclusion
Anger is bad.
expectations
To succeed in this task.
strategies
deep breaths
go away
ask to stop
recommendation
go away
Challenges and opportunities
You probably want to attack.
Identify the problem
If you attack you'll get in trouble.
Explain what success will bring
You don't have a consequence.
What you want to do
Punch the guy in the face.
How things would improve
If someone got him to stop.
How problems can be resolved
Without violence.
Pro
a lot less work.
Con
Won't solve any thing.
Pro
Gets you calm.
Con
Guy doesn't stop.
Pro
Guy can't annoy you.
Con
You'll probably miss some stuff.
Pro
You show some maturity.
Con
Doesn't always work.
Refer back to the pros and cons
Pros are good things and cons are bad.
Explain how it will help
The guy might give up.
Describe the next steps
Prepare to repeat.
Based on Jim Jarvis's speech structures
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