Stone Payton: [00:00:00] And we are back with Business RadioX Pro Tips. Lee Kantor and Stone Payton here with you. Lee, from time to time, disagreements are going to happen in the workplace, even with clients and prospective clients. And one of the easy sort of self-checks on all this because it does have an impact, are you hangry?
Lee Kantor: [00:00:23] Yeah. There’s been some research and I think this is fascinating that a lot of disagreements occur because one of the two people arguing was hangry or thirsty. So imagine how this can play out in your business, but also imagine how it can play out in your real life outside of your business. Think about how angry you get when you are hungry or dehydrated, and being hangry is real and it can sabotage relationships if you aren’t aware of how it affects you.
Lee Kantor: [00:00:53] So, next time you get fired up about something or you have to make a big decision, check to see if you haven’t eaten or drank anything in a while and make sure that you’re in the right frame of mind to have this conversation or disagreement or make this decision. Because it’s a fact that if you are hungry or thirsty, you may not be in the right headspace to make this kind of decision or to have this kind of conversation. So, it might be better to pause, eat something, drink something, and then make that decision or have that conversation.