A lot of accidents could be avoided if we'd know ourselves better. Sometimes we loose control of ourselves, not understanding why and that is depressing.
Not only our surrounding will become much happier, you too will benefit greatly.
Mindfulness: when you’re under pressure, practice ways to reduce stress and increase mindfulness, such as focused breathing.
Individuation: Evaluate people based on their personal characteristics. Including connecting over shared interests.
Perspective-taking: Try to think of someone elses persective to weaken stereotyping. Do this by directly interacting with people from those groups.
Learn to slow down: When your blood is beginning to boil just pause and reflect to reduce reflexive actions. Consider positive examples of people from that stereotyped group, such as public figures or personal friends.
Possitive Speech: As opposed to saying things like “I don't like ,” use "I like that one better", welcome differences instead of mobilizing hate.
There are quite some areas of psychology – i.e. judgement and decision making, and reasoning – we are better off basing our decisions on our gut. We all have a sophisticated unconscious mechanism able to abstract and integrate across lots of information that is difficult to evaluate consciously.
Upon decision making, three types of evidence that the unconscious is the dominant system, which all leads all of us in the wrong direction when it matters most. To think consciously you need to pause and reflect. Recognice that we all are biased in some ways. Remember Dogmatism makes ypu blind towards other people's concerns. An Ill our society suffers from.