That could well be a resolution for this year: frustrate other people less.
It may seem a bit negative, but it is positive nonetheless. Because we all frustrate others - and often without realizing it.
This manifests itself in the fact that others avoid us, do not listen to us properly, do things differently than we imagine, and so on.
This issue is as relevant in your family (or have you never frustrated your teenagers, if you have any?) as it is, of course, to your leadership in the professional environment.
For the purists of psychology, here's a clarification: you can't frustrate others directly, but you can certainly influence them so that they become frustrated.
Either way, the crucial question remains:
If you're thinking, phew, I'm going to have to change my behavior, you're not alone. That's actually extremely difficult, because you're often working against behavioral patterns that have been in place for decades.
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