What are you getting upset about? What is annoying you? What irritates you?
No matter what your answer is, it is not the thing or the person that annoys you, but the connection to a story inside you.
"Whatever upsets you, reveals you" is old wisdom. In other words, you can only get upset or angry about something if you declare it important. And this importance usually comes from some "story" that we tell ourselves unconsciously.
Since it is rarely helpful for your success if you get angry (because it directs your energy to things that don't get you anywhere), I recommend that you get to the root of the problem - and then eliminate it if possible.
This insight is especially important when you are leading people. Their reactions are rarely to the actual thing, but rather to their inner reflections on it.
I keep observing various misunderstandings because people focus too much on themselves instead of appreciating the world of others.
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