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Why Curiosity Is Often a Better Course of Action Than Anger [Mind Hacks]

You've met people before, so chances are you know they have the capacity to behave inconsiderately. Rather than getting angry, consider curiosity instead. As social business expert Peter Kim explains, there's often a root cause of the anger you may not expect and that can lead to a better resolution. More »
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