No Complaining Week

This week is No Complaining Week. (Ok, I made that up) but I do want you to take the challenge to not complain for the entire week. Are you up for it? I know we are all guilty of complaining at times, but I believe what T. Harv Eker said is correct, “When you complain, you become a living, breathing crap magnet.” So why do we complain? Here are three reasons people complain and how to fix them. 1. We are not grateful. It is impossible to complain when you feel grateful for all that you have. When you feel gratitude you are happy, peaceful and take the ups and downs of life in stride. – If you find you are not feeling grateful for what you have – change your perspective. Go and visit a prison or volunteer at a homeless shelter, you will quickly become aware of all
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3 Things Service Does For You

Although service is about helping the other person, providing service is truly reciprocal. Here are three ways service also serves the server. 1. Service Makes You Happier When I was in high school, I decided that our DECA club needed to do something that brought us together and provided service. As we discussed it, one of the girls suggested we provide Christmas for a family who needed it. We all got on board, soliciting donations, money, and food. With a monumental effort, we showed up Christmas Eve at the front door of a tiny home in downtown Denver with three SUV’s packed full of Christmas. We had toys, candy and clothes for the four kids, food to fill their pantry, and some money for the parents. As we brought in the first presents I set them down next to a tiny, modestly decorated Christmas tree. Under the tree there were
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