This year’s events have already made some people afraid and have caused many more people to be very angry. If this happens to you, your ability to act rationally goes away, and your decision making goes awry. Political activity can cause many people to lose their ability to act rationally. They can become afraid or angry, and their reactions to events become extreme.
You, as a regular citizen, can become the effect of unwise decisions by your elected leaders. There have been a few unwise decisions already, and the year is still young. Rather than stew in impotent rage or shudder in fear, I would like to show you some tools you can use to remain calm in the face of adversity.
As some of you already know, your reaction to events is more important than the events themselves. Understanding and managing your reactions is possible just by understanding and applying some SRT basics.
It has not been too many years since authorities in various countries have singled people out for special attention and imprisonment because of their political affiliation or race. The recent threats by Democrats in the USA to get Trump supporters fired from their jobs and to cancel their credit cards is a chilling reminder that the good old days are not that far behind us.
My intention in this workshop is to show you how to prepare for this sort of eventuality and how to desensitize yourself to threats so you can make rational decisions and defuse situations before they get serious. When you are adequately prepared, you will remain calm and make the best possible decisions with no serious after-effects.
Join me on Saturday, 1-16-21, at 12 noon EDT on Zoom using this link: https://zoom.us/j/4710611444