I’m literally annoyed big time by the fact that the people around me are complaining a lot. A bit too much. Sure, the economy should be better, the political situation should be better, etc. etc. But still, it doesn’t mean that complaining is acceptable.
You see, we are living in an era of disruption – where good and bad collide. I’m not talking about being a good person or an evil person (though you can relate to that…) – I’m talking about your motivation, determination, perseverance and resilience.
I understand that things could be better for you right this moment. And that’s all right if you feel a bit down and discouraged for awhile. However, you shouldn’t drown yourself in all the negativity. You need to get up, pick up the pieces, and move on.
You have no time to bury yourself in your sorrow, problems, anxiety, failure, etc. – changes are moving too fast and if you did’t respond to them with the right mindset, you could jeopardize your future.
So, deal with your problems, and don’t let your mind say that you can’t do it – because, you know what, you CAN do it – if you want to.
Stop complaining, start finding solutions.
Here’s a motivation for you from Gary Vaynerchuk, a true hustler:
And here’s how to approach complaining (and how NOT to complain):
Today’s world is full of opportunities. What you’ve got to do is to find them, and approach them with the right mindset.