Open Space office, around 20 to 40 people.
A single man is shouting, directing his rage towards someone, possibly on the phone or with a silent employee.
He’s loud, very loud.
Anyone can hear his voice in the big open space, and many of them are smiling, like if this situation is a bit extreme, thinking “he’s overreacting”.
Eventually the man stops, and for the whole day everyone in the room talks about that angry man, the words he spoken, and how angry he was.
It’s easy to see the excess of anger in someone else, right? But we rarely see this in ourselves.
We fail to see it, because when we’re the one shouting, we think about one thing only.