How To Quickly Reframe Your Current Reality To Avoid Conflict

What’s the best way to approach a difficult conversation or a heated argument? Vishen Lakhiani &  Dr. Srikumar Rao share a simple technique to reset your current frame of mind to avoid conflict.

We all tend to avoid difficult conversations where strong, negative emotions might come up. Even CEOs, senior executives and managers dread conflict.

But avoiding sensitive topics because we’re afraid of someone’s response doesn’t reduce tension.

Have you ever been in a room with someone who was clearly angry or upset, but they didn’t have the courage to face those they were upset at? The tensions just increase… which sometimes leads to massive mistakes that could sabotage your work life or wreak havoc on your relationships.

So how do we learn to approach each other in a way that avoids conflict?

The bestselling author of Happiness at Work and one of the top MBA professors in the world, Srikumar Rao, explains a tactic to quickly reframe your current way of thinking to avoid conflict.

Watch this 4-minute snippet from Srikumar Rao’s Masterclass on Personal Mastery to hear a funny example of how he solved a potential clash between his kids.


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Have you used any tactics to reduce tension? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments below.

Srikumar Rao

Srikumar Rao

Dr. Srikumar Rao is the founder of the revolutionary Creativity and Personal Mastery course, which he used to teach at some of the best business schools in the world including Columbia, Haas, Kellogg, University of California at Berkeley and London Business School. The course covered his pioneering work in discovering the connection between self-awareness and happiness, as well as work life success. This course has been extensively covered in the media including the New York Times,the Wall Street Journal, the London Times, the Independent, Time, the Financial Times, Fortune, Forbes, The Guardian, Business Week and dozens of other publications. He’s conducted workshops for executives of Microsoft, Google, Morgan Stanley, American Express, IBM, Goldman Sachs and dozens of others. And he continues to teach thousands of people how to live happy and fulfilling lives.

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