|Top of Mind: February 23, 2017
February 23rd, 2017
by Bill Boyajian
Many things get us irked at work: an unappreciative boss, a dumb mistake by an associate, or a very difficult customer, to name a few. Our frustration and disappointment levels can peak, and we often resort to complaining about the problem instead of doing something about it. We waste enormous amounts of time moaning about things – often the amount of time it would take to remedy the problem.
So instead of complaining about things that go wrong, try turning the complaint into a constructive action that allows you to take responsibility for things that are well within your ability to address. Complaining is a weak person’s way of letting off steam and pointing a finger at someone else. So stop complaining and start doing. You’ll find a renewed sense of confidence and some amazing results when you do.
Here are a few Business & Life Tips to think about….
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