I will discuss what the late Edwin H. Friedman calls in his book, "Generation to Generation: Family Process in Church and Synagogue", 'maintaining a non-anxious presence.' Friedman was a Rabbi and family therapist who utilized family systems theory in institutional families like religious congregations and their hierarchies, schools, hospitals, professional partnerships and business enterprises.
Keeping focus on who we are and where we are headed is more important than the negativity we get from critics who do not have our best interest at heart. Maintaining a non-anxious presence is one way we can live a meaningful and happy life.
Entrepreneurs will find this helpful particularly when living with friends and family members who do not understand or appreciate the dreams they have for themselves.
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