In this video of attitude, Zig Ziglar points out to the audience about a story of a woman who really wants help because she hates her job. He explains very delicately that, he was phoned by one of his associates that knew this woman, and asked him for help. He then creates scenes in the viewers mind and audience, so that we can follow along, and his guide to what he said to be done. The scene I remember best is after his show, he says; he spotted the woman from across the stage and he had never seen so much anger in a human being before.
This lesson I would like to change your perception of anger and turn it around. To analyze what is the cause of it, and what we can do. This is not a scene, but you could create a picture in your imagination if you want. So this anger management we do, we have to find the cause of the anger, which is indifferent, it’s not because someone has made us angry, no not at all, it’s no one’s fault but our own, and that is very hard to accept by maybe 98% of people, or something like that.
When someone is turned on by anger, it is really themselves that are accepting to be this way, and when I heard this, I was really considering what I was doing when someone did something to me. The studies I did or was led to was why some people can be in front of hundreds of people and not get angry, but I could in front of one person. I of course did the studies and what I found out was that people really are searching for attention and not a solution to their actual problem or situation. I would say it is sympathy they want, because it is hard to rise and easy to fall.