What are you complaining about today?

Is it the same thing you complained about yesterday?

Is it the same thing you complained about the day before yesterday?

If you find yourself complaining about the same thing every day, then make a change.

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If you don’t think you complain a lot. Start tracking it. Be aware of what you say.

You can also ask people around you for their feedback. You may be surprised with the response.

Some people think complaining is a way to commiserate with others. Is it really? Doesn’t it just build more negative energy?

Challenge yourself to stop complaining. Replace it by making a change.

If you complain about your job, start exploring other opportunities.

If you complain about your commute to work, start carpooling or house hunting.

If you complain about not having enough time, start taking things off your calendar.

Try it for a week and see what happens. I admit, it’s easier to complain instead of making a change. But challenge yourself to strive for action. Remove from your life the negative impact of complaining. 

Let me know if you’ve accepted the challenge to stop complaining and start changing. 

Niv PersaudNiv Persaud, CFP®, CDFA™, CRPC®, is the Founder of Transition Planning & Guidance, LLC. Life is more than money. It’s about living the lifestyle you want and can afford. For that reason, Niv consults with clients on money, life and work. Her approach capitalizes on techniques she learned throughout her career, including as a management consultant, executive recruiter and as a financial advisor. Her services include spending plan, financial plan, divorce financial review, life strategy and professional progression. Niv actively gives back to her community through her volunteer efforts. She believes in living life to the fullest by cherishing friendships, enjoying the beauty of nature and laughing often — even at herself. Her favorite quote is by Erma Bombeck, “When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say ‘I used everything you gave me’.”