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May 23, 2008

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Shrikant

thanks for HALT and RDR perspectives Anthony. They make a lot of sense and hopefully i can use these to recognise the triggers before they kick in.
I do feel some kind of a breakdown off and on within due to one or more of the indicators mentioned by you.
so I had taken off the PM hat for a while to use the time to figure out the need for more tuning within me to be able to choose my way forward.
About the HALT perspective, I feel any one of those 4 at some point or another and hence I am trying to choose my responses with more awareness, but I still feel I am not doing justice to my own choices.
Even outside of work, I am taking up everything as a project and maybe I am subject to the HALT syndrome more frequently hence. Maybe, as a recent discussion brought up, I am being a little too hard on myself.
Thanks for the path to this enlightenment and I hope these tools will surely lead me and in turn help me lead others to some brighter place :)

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