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Media Release: World’s only Holden Efijy on display in Trafalgar

Holden Efiji (2)Car lovers across Gippsland have less than two weeks left to see the world-famous Holden Efijy concept car in their own backyard.

The $1.2 million one-off hand-built car is on display at Trafalgar Holden Museum until 10 May.

The perils of passive aggressive

We all know them, you may even be one of them: The people whose go-to communication style is passive aggressive. The people who say yes when they want to say no; who give backhanded compliments, or are sarcastic and critical about others behind their backs, but won’t say anything to the person’s face.

People who are passive aggressive don’t like confronting issues directly, but unlike passive people, they will make their feelings known. They will show their anger and unhappiness indirectly, through their actions or negative attitude.

I’m sorry, I was wrong.

‘I was wrong’ and ‘I’m sorry’ are two of the most powerful phrases in your vocabulary. Admitting your errors and apologising for poor behaviour is not always easy. It involves humility, self-awareness, resilience and strength. But putting your hand up and acknowledging your mistakes goes a long way to building trust in relationships and demonstrating your ability to grow and learn.

You won’t always be right in life and being prepared to admit that is important. It is not a sign of weakness, it’s ok, no one is perfect. But once you have admitted and/or apologised for your mistake, make sure you correct your behaviour and move on rather than dwell on it. You can’t change what happened, only how you respond. Work to be a better person and not have it happen again.

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