Like everyone of us, I have moments when my bad temper rears it head.
It sucks as much energy as one of the gas guzzlers still populating our roads here in the US.
It often gets down to lack of control on people, events ( I lost control again) and also a temporary loss of perspective and clear thinking.
In a perfect world, life would be without bumps in the road.
Will we even remember a month from now what the cause of the outburst was?
Whoever was around that day will not forget how foolish we looked though.
The windshield on my brand new car was chipped and I found out today that it needed to be replaced.
It is annoying for sure but these things happen.
Fear and anxiety could have driven me to become angry as James Altucher noted in Manage your anger and spot opportunities (as applied to investments) but I heard the voice of reason.
After all no one got hurt and it will not cost me as much as I feared it would so it is not that bad.
A thankfully rational me for Monday Work Etiquette #21