I've been very moody and I would lose my temper easily in the morning. Probably it is due to morning blues as I was hardly get motivated in this giddy condition. It's such a bad temperament when you break lose your hell temper when someone asks to do something in the morning at the office. I assume it is a part of the Malaysian culture at work.
Seriously speaking, who's gonna smile at you when you just have 5-6 hours of sleep (Note that urban people here hardly sleep early at night. For those bloggers, they usually blog during late night). Who's gonna prepare your breakfast when you wake up? Ans: YOU and Yourself! (Note: only applies in single and desperate guys and girls).
Hell breaks lose when you got no time for breakfast. Then you rush to work in this helter and skelter morning. Some offices do have dispentry while some others do not. Some workers have their own 3-in-1 beverages drinks in their drawers. What makes the difference when someone drinks one of these in the morning. You still get anger lingers in the office - your superior are very demanding in your performance and creates heaps of works just for you. Obviously, you are ovelwhelmed by superior's demand and you have to be obedient as a loyal dog!
As anger is contagious and it spreads from one to another - from your boss, then to your collegue, Susan, then it goes to Rebecca, then to you, and then to your tea-lady Ah Sam. It has some sort of life cycle. No antibiotics could eradicate this kind of contagious outbreak. Even those Bomoh and talisman could not stop anger from becoming an epidemic. I suggest that every company has their own anger management training sessions - perhaps at least once a week. What's anger management?
In this particular session, all the staffs including those "upper-level" staffs (your boss, CEO, COO & etc) have to undergo a series of therapy that requires some psychological therapeutic techniques and exercises. The typical anger management "techniques" are the use of deep breathing and meditation as a mean to relaxation. The 'rule-of-thumb' is that no one is allowed to get angry in any circumstances. What can the workers do is try to agitate their bosses - you can even dig your nose in front of your superior, to see how they react. You can play out your favourite music as a part of relaxation as it required in this session. In fact, anger management usually benefits those workers than their bosses. That's the fantastic part of it!
Keep your anger aside, will you?