Focus on what is right with you and stop replaying what is not right in your life!
When did you last grip about something? It wasn’t that long ago that I moaned often unhappily. I was unhappy with my work, and in my personal life and for these reasons, I complained to others. My friends were also sad – it was a group pity party and we supported each other about feeling discontentment. To be honest, I was envious of other people who were satisfied with their lives. This is a revealing truth.
With time, I learned to pay more attention on what was working in my life and acknowledge the resources I did have more than I complained. Overtime, I felt a change happen, and more good things and people came into my life.
Try this tip for yourself and plan a time when you acknowledge what is working in your life. Visit the a complaint free world website to assist you with stop complaining
Write down what’s working
After identifying some good resources in your life, record them maybe in a journal. When we are working on changing your habits, sometimes we are not able to remember the good things in hard times. Changing takes time, so it is important to have a reminder written down of the good when we are going through a challenge.
Ask for what you want
While working on tip number one, surely stuff you want and do not have right now will become a need. This is a human reaction.
Choose one thing that you need help with and ask for help. Consider who can help you and how you will you ask?
Release fears and ask. Asking is like a lost concept especially for women. Exercise your courage and ask because you might be amazed how affirmatively people are willing to help.