Consider how many times you let the dynamics of a specific situation make you angry.
Maybe it was something someone said, something they did, or something they failed to do.
Notice how consumed you became by it and how difficult it was to let it go. Without realizing it, the situation was all you could think about.
This is what I refer to as an energy leak—situations when you let others hijack your energy.
So the question is: what do we do when these situations occur?
Today, I want to share with you a simple tool I give all my clients—a tool we constantly leverage when someone or something happens to drain our energy. Check out my tips for identifying energy leaks when they occur—and how to avoid getting hooked by them: