Do You Know What You Are Feeling? – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review

Do You Know What You Are Feeling? – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review.

To speak of what we truly feel is not as simple as we think it is, most especially if it is for people whom we do not care/do not want to care about. The workplace can be a place of every kind of people you want or you do not want to meet in your lifetime and sometimes we just have to live with it even if it entails some bad encounters. I did not expect that this article would shed some light into how one should behave in a corporate world although the idea presented by the writer is an ideal one which is also a diffiult one. Difficult but Possible. I wish I could be someone who can manifest this fully too, for I am guilty of being not honest of what I truly feel to people I do not want to be associated with. In an organization, being too open to what you truly feel can lead you to trouble-mostly.

I still hope for an open, honest exchange of thoughts though. πŸ™‚

Enjoy reading.

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