2. It Helps You Take Control of Your Life
You are the only person in control of your life. Every day you get to control your thoughts, your mindset, your actions, and consequently your reality. Quit wasting your time by sitting around and complaining about what is going on around you – instead, take control and fix it.
If every morning the kids drive you nuts, change your routine (the one you have is obviously not working!) If you despise your job, start the process of looking for a new one. When you are stuck in a rut, the only way to get out of it is to act, so quit complaining and get started. No action is irrelevant if it’s pushing you, even slowly, in the right direction. Sometimes we just need simple tweaks.
If you’ve ever heard of the “snowball” effect, here is where it would be great to start implementing it in your life. Start small, make one small positive change and you’ll notice a shift. From there, it’s like a snowball, you’ll be inspired and motivated along the way to make more and more changes that ignite your overall happiness, naturally shifting your mindset and reducing the need for you to complain.