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Anger Advantage

“Anybody can become angry; that’s easy. Be angry with the right person to the right degree. Be angry at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way. That’s not within everybody’s power and is not easy.” Aristotle

Anger Management

Stop your anger in its tracks. Don’t let an anger problem trip you up any longer. Eliminate any potential errors related to anger-infected actions and win. This coaching protocol’s primary focus is to help you learn your anger’s specifics and practice your strengths. You can replace the worst of 21 anger-infected habits with a new enhanced awareness. This is for me.

Express Your Anger in Healthy Ways

Suggestions on how to express your anger in healthy ways include:

Your Superior Strategy

Start thinking and feeling differently, take a new and enlightened approach with others.

A newly enhanced skill-set plus fresh expectations will lead you toward optimal experiences, compassionate communication, and excellent relationships. Begin to experience everything and everyone around you in a different way. The difference will be a totally new and powerful you.

Three Levels of Anger Coaching

Get started. You have three levels of Anger Management coaching to choose from.

Your Preferences

Choose wisely. Book a single session, OR take advantage of one, two, or master all three strongly validated and reliable psychological assessments.

Get a single session for yourself to start. Improve your awareness of anger issues AND your personal strengths. This is “anger coaching” at its best.

Your Executive Coach will support and encourage you in the process of learning anger control. You’ll be able to recognize your new skills as a badge of honor. Weekly sessions (depending on your schedule) will help you integrate the results of your assessments into ongoing discussions of your day-to-day. Visualize and put yourself into a focused state of strength. This is your flow zone!

What are a few Anger-infected Habits?

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