Part 2. Anger can help
Not soothing himself, but critically evaluating his work, Hans decided that everything was for the best.

Once Hans got really angry: his colleague, who sat to work at his computer, deleted important files, and a whole folder... There was no time to restore the files. Besides, it was not certain that they could be restored.

At first, Hans was overwhelmed by fear: how can he finish his work on time, and will it result in resignation? He wanted to destroy everything at that moment! When Hans felt heart palpitations, he sat in a chair...

The blood flowed noticeably to the face and hands. What a pity that a colleague was late - his hands were literally burning. He wished he could punch this silly colleague! "Discharges" of anger did not occur. Energy was still increasing.

Oh, happiness! A favorable situation developed: energy benefited him! Not being a particularly self-confident person, Hans at this moment seemed to have much more confidence than others in the company!

It even created some excitement. Hans remembered the competitors. And our hero channeled his excitement into work. Not soothing himself, but critically evaluating his work, Hans decided that everything was for the best. Anger added strength and Hans took on the task in a different way. The task, which was almost completed, if not for the deleted files...

When, after forty minutes, a colleague appeared on the threshold, Hans rose from his workplace, walked over to him and patted the shoulder in a friendly way. He, detained on not very pleasant unforeseen personal circumstances, looked puzzled into Hans' sparkling eyes, smiled, and sat down at his computer. The day was a success for both.

To be continued... 

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Dec 31, 1969
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