A Reprimand That Is Worse Than Punishment

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: From the perspective of the integral approach, what is considered punishment?

Answer: Only a reprimand. Anger results with punishments and dismissals. With a reprimand from society, a person feels the lack of one’s lack of perfection that a person must correct in some way.

Together with this, condemnation from colleagues doesn’t have to be arrogant, but gentle, as if indirectly.

Besides that, it is possible to influence a person through the family, through the wife, not directly, but through a third party. It is a very effective “lever.” You will see how much it will encourage a worker. Such a system is much more effective than punishments or other actions of the society.

In any case, one needs to match himself to people! We can’t always place them in frames that are not suitable for them. If you see that they are not able to execute something, then it is preferable to do something that would be effective both for them and you.
From KabTV’s “Professional Secrets” 2/7/13

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