3 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Trick Your Brain So You Don’t Overreact

We’ve all had those highly emotional moments where a poorly executed project, unexpected budget overage, or other pieces of bad news has gotten our heart rates skyrocketing and sent our objectivity out the door. Then, we did something we regretted.

These moments of frantic and emotional reaction do not usually lead to the best results or to the best development of your team. Over the years, I have cultivated a much different path on how to utilize my own feelings and responses to external events – perhaps these tips might help you too.

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