Life Practice 3: Frustration and Knowledge

Frustration begins where knowledge ends. Stress can be attributed to a lack of information. There is nothing to advise you as to what to do next, and not enough information for you to make that decision yourself. More information reduces frustration During changes in the workplace, managers help limit frustration by keeping the lines of … Continue reading Life Practice 3: Frustration and Knowledge

Life Practice 2: Relationship and Content

Paul Watzlawick once said that all statements contain an element of relationship and content. The familiar greeting, “how are you” is just that, a greeting. Relationship based, the speaker doesn’t really want to know how you are feeling; this statement merely acknowledges you, and you reply with “fine thank you, yourself” which is not meant … Continue reading Life Practice 2: Relationship and Content