January 6, 2007

Complaining habit and choosing the right company

Do check out these two articles on personal growth and development.
Complaining and whining over trifles is an exasperating habit. Moaners and grumblers are always frowned upon by people. However, this write-up from Phil for Humanity will make you to ‘see’ the ‘complaining habit’ in a new light.
If you are not in the habit of complaining, give it a try. See how much stress is removed from your shoulders. I recommend that you try complaining to yourself, your best friend, or your spouse. First, try just complaining about traffic or the weather, but try staying in a positive attitude. Instead of saying “the weather is awful”, try saying “I hope the weather improves.” You will quickly find that just talking about it makes it less depressing.
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The kind of people that one associates with, the type of crowd one moves in and the way one spends one’s leisure time, plays an important role in shaping one’s life, career, future, and destiny. The article Choose To Be Around People Who Make You Think by Travis Wright will make you ponder over the same.
Choose to be around smart people… people who you learn something from when you are around. Embrace their knowledge and grow. Find new people who can help you enrich your life. In turn, you will gather new found skills and knowledge that will help you enrich others lives. Its a win-win situation.Read more…

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1 comment:

  1. Urmila4:11 PM

    Great article. It is so true that instead of complaining we should be working on improving it and cherishing it! THANKS!


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