What to do with the Anger?

Helping Men Strengthen their Emotional Resiliency: a 6 week coaching program

Leading a business is challenging at the best of times. There’s always uncertainty, risk and failure that needs to be managed. But now, with all of the challenges that arise daily with the Covid-19 situation, I’m beginning to think that if another curve ball is thrown at our business, I’m going to throw the bat at the pitcher, spit on the catcher, and stomp off the field.

I’d like to do that, but that wouldn’t be very useful.

I know a lot of leaders right now who are feeling like that — on the outside they’re working hard to hold everything together, trying to stay focused and positive, but on the inside it feels like it’s about to fall apart.

We’re not only worrying about our own families and jobs, but also about the jobs and families of our coworkers, colleagues and our clients.

Its a lot of emotional weight to carry. And, when humans carry that much pressure, there are usually signs.

The first sign that I’m not dealing with the pressure well is outbursts of anger. Small irritations that I’d normally grumble about become big deals. My filter gets dialed back, and I start to say things that aren’t … beneficial. And, the people who get the worst of it are those closest to me: my family and my trusted colleagues.

That’s never how I want to be.

Having studied Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, and many books on Psychotherapy, I have created a program designed to help reduce the intensity of strong emotions. Where its been most useful for me and my leadership has been in dealing with my anger. I’ve put the best lessons I’ve gained from all my study, and condensed it into a 6 week group program.

But before I share more about the program, I want to share some practical information to help you right now.

Video 1: How to Quickly Recover

In this video, I share practical tools to help you recover quickly from an intense emotion, and also explain a little about why we get stuck in emotional reactions.

Video 2: The Purpose of Anger

All emotions have a purpose — they are tools to guide our decision making. Anger is a useful emotion when we know why we are feeling it. In this video I share the primary emotional reasons we experience anger (and it’s not as obvious as you would think).

Video 3: How to turn Anger into Skillful Action

Now that we’ve recovered from the initial stimulus, and we know what the root cause of our anger is, we can redirect that energy. This video explains how you can practically and quickly do that.

Program details

Beta Price: $297 CDN, until April 9

The What to Do With The Anger program will consist of 6 group calls, on the following topics:

  • Week 1: Practical tools for emotional recovery and resilience
  • Week 2: Re-writing our personal relationship to Anger; past and present
  • Week 3: Analyzing the root motives of the emotion of Anger
  • Week 4: Identifying alternative mindsets to Anger as a reaction
  • Week 5: Men’s fundamental psychological Fears (as they relate to Anger)
  • Week 6: Training Curiosity, Compassion and Forgiveness — turning these into practices

What you will get from participating in this program:

  • Cultivate stronger Emotional Resilience
  • Reduce the intensity of difficult experiences
  • Feel more confident about yourself and your leadership
  • Increase your Emotional Intelligence
  • Cultivate stronger relationships with your co-workers, & family

More questions?

I’d love to connect with you to talk about whether this is the right fit for you and your leadership right now. Click the button below to schedule a complimentary call with me to talk in person.

Sign up for the webinar where I share the process I teach to manage your anger and resolve it while building stronger relationships at work and home: Thursday April 2, at 6pm EDT