When something occurs that causes you to become angry with yourself or another, it is far better to remain quiet and composed for a time – until you can work through it in your own head. You will find that your anger dissipates which, in turn, allows you to respond rather than react, and to work toward a more effective solution.
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Marcus Straub is Founder and CEO of Life Is Great!™ (LIG) Coaching and Consulting, Inc. based in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Serving individuals of all ages and companies of all sizes, in locations across the country and around the world, Marcus specializes in the development of customized programs tailored to meet the unique goals of each individual client. Purposefully created to guide those involved toward unprecedented personal, professional, and organizational growth, Marcus has become well-known for his straightforward approach and systematic techniques.