How to use anger as a source of energy for change.
Unresolved problems are like an elephant in your living room.
By Ellen Frankenberg
It’s a familiar syndrome: Generations ago, the company’s founding brothers got into a nasty squabble that wound up in court, dividing their generation into two camps. Years later their fight has vanished from conscious memory, but their children and grandchildren still instinctively tiptoe around major issues that they should have settled years earlier.