Slow to Anger, Quick to Forgive – Thom Singer
There are many aspects of life that can create anger and derail your success. But the biggest threats come from within. Our guest today identifies one of these threats–anger–and shows us how to successfully deal with it.
I’m thrilled to interview Thom Singer, who is known as the Conference Catalyst. His high energy, positive outlook, and engaging style cultivates a better conference experience and changes lives. In this interview, Thom shares why it’s so important to be slow to anger and quick to forgive. He shares practical strategies for living out this key principle that can change your life. I think you’ll find Tom’s words of wisdom to be an asset in life as well as business.
Thom’s Bio: Thom Singer has an eclectic background working in sales, marketing and business development roles for Fortune 500 Companies, Law Firms, and entrepreneurial ventures. He is a professional master of ceremonies, motivational keynote speaker, and the author of twelve books on the power of business development, networking, entrepreneurship, legal marketing, and presentation skills while also serving as the host of the popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast. He regularly speaks at business and association conferences around the United States and beyond, and has presented to over 600 audiences during his career as a speaker. He lives in the amazing city of Austin, Texas where he and his wife are the parents of two highly spirited daughters.
- The benefits of being slow to anger and quick to forgive.
- How Thom’s approach has helped him in business.
- Why you shouldn’t quit just because something doesn’t go your way.
- The importance of thinking long-term.
- Why gratitude is a great antidote to anger.
- The importance of self-awareness and knowing that not everyone sees things like you do.
- The value of learning from people you disagree with.
- Actionable steps to help you be slow to anger and quick to forgive.
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