Moderate anger helps drive business success
American psychiatrists have discovered that venting, not restraining anger, may help drive career success.
A large study by Harvard Medical School in the United States shows that those who are unwilling to even reveal their anger are more likely to be blocked in their careers.
But researchers point out that tempering in the office must be cautious, and it is best to improve and constructively vent anger.
Professor George Wellant, the head of research, said: “Someone thinks getting angry is a very dangerous emotion and is encouraged to think ‘positively.’
But we found that the method was self-defeating, and finally hides the terrible truth.
Screaming in anger, shouting is destructive, but someone who learns to vent their grievances in the right way may think.