Avoid Arguments and Conflicts

As much as we’d like to think we can walk away from squabbles, disagreements and conflicts and not let them affect us or our job, the fact is even minor disagreements distract us from the task at hand. We tend to not only think about the conflict, we often dwell on it, becoming distracted, irritable, emotional and less productive.

If you have conflicts or drama with loved ones, co-workers or clients, resolve them quickly. When you’re weighing drama, issues, and conflict in your mind, trying to decide what you should do, or should have done or said, you’re not free to be creative, pro-active or present. If you need to spend an extra hour in the morning or evening resolving an issue, then do it. You’ll lose an hour, but gain the rest of your day. When at all possible, be at peace with everyone around you, not just for their sake, but mostly for yours.


“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.” ~ Paul Boese

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