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Stop Complaining

Stop Complaining

Complaining is a negative energy that is counterproductive to greatness. Life is already so complicated. In order to succeed we first need to eliminate excess, unnecessary baggage in outlet lives and one of the largest bags is the bag labelled as ‘complaints’.

If you don’t like a situation, change it. If you can’t, change your attitude. Don’t complain. -Maya Angelou.

Imagine a world without complaints, only suggestions for improvement. How great would that be. I guess our economy will definitely be in a better shape that what we had now.

When we complain we use up our time, energy and brain space doing something that is destructive. It takes up our time and we are not helping. When a situation arises, people who complain usually amplifies the problem. They are not the ones who create solutions to solve the problem. Who are the ones that are actually successful and earning big bucks?
You complain that the laptop is too bulky and the Internet on the phone sucks. Steve jobs created the iPhone.
You complain that cars are too expensive. Ford created model T.
You complain that Friendster is not user friendly enough. Mark Zuckerburg created Facebook.

See? It’s always better to be part of the solution than be part of the problems.

Activity1: Stop complaining.
For today, try to eliminate as many complaints you have for the day. For each time you complain, make a mental note and count each complaint. Then determine the amount of complaints you have made for the day.
Tomorrow, try to reduce this amount of complaints again. Ideally, within a few weeks it should reach zero. Be positive and optimistic, and let this energy spread to the rest of your immediate connections.

By focusing on the positives an lessons learnt from each unpleasant event that happened you can learn so much more than this who just whine and complain. This will increase your brain space, frees up your time spent complaining and strengthens your relationships. This increases ALL your key resources required for money hacks to work. It’ll also improve your life in general :D

Activity 2: Creating a solution.
Listen to all the complaints made by everyone around you and try to note them down. An average person complains 15-20 times a day. You will be amazed how many complaints you can hear it a day.

Try to come up with a solution to deal with the complaints that people have all around you. If you can’t, try to change their attitude. You’ll be amazed at how much you can contribute to your immediate surroundings by focusing on solutions rather than complaining. Learning this will allow you to deal with the many issues that will come along when you build and execute money hacks.