We all know a whiner.
We all know someone who never stops moaning about what’s going wrong in their life, or how unlucky they are.
No matter what happens or how hard they try, this whining person seems destined for a life of misfortune. And they want everyone to know about it.
Wait – is that person you?
Let’s hope not. Because there’s nothing worse than someone who whines about their life rather than trying to make things better.
But… let’s say this person IS you. You whine more than you work, and you can’t seem to find a way out of your negativity. You blame others for your problems.
It’s okay. Even the most powerful people in the world have gone through bouts of whining. But when they overcome it, they go on to do great things. Just like you can, if you follow this strategy.
First, it’s important to understand WHY you’re always whining.
In most cases, people who whine are worried about something. They’re deeply insecure about themselves, and they live in fear of failure.
Rather than try new things, or take risks, or admit that they need to improve something, they blame others for their problems. They blame other people, their circumstances, the government, the world.
Sometimes, they just can’t be bothered to do the hard work it takes to get to where they want to be.
Well, here’s a life tip: you can’t build a business while you’re whining.
Starting a business is hard work. Making a business succeed is even more hard work. It’s never easy, and sometimes it’s not much fun. But that never stopped anyone else from making it happen.
Here’s why you haven’t achieved it yet.