“The people that tend work for me a long time, not only are smart, not only are driven, not only are learners, but they understand that the greatest value you can offer a boss is to reduce their stress” said billionaire Mark Cuban (Interview to Money.com)
“Anybody who reduces my stress becomesinvaluable to me.” Added.
“The people who tend to think that they are invaluable are typically the ones who create the most stress by creating firestorms and creating drama and making things more difficult for me. If you are stress reducer, you’re going to do well. If you’re a drama creator, you’re not going to do well” said Mark Cuban
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According to The Facebook Effect book by David Kirkpatrick. Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg was training using computer based biofeedback.
As we can read:
“She [Mark’s wife] gave him special software for his computer that came with little biofeedback monitors that clip on your fingers and are connected by wires to your computer to measure whether you have calmed down. (…)
Though the stresses on him these days were legion, Zuckerberg didn’t seem freaked-out. In fact, he remained peculiarly placid. Even in these most hectic company days, he never lost his temper.”