Complaining keeps our focus on the problem at hand rather than the resolution sought
I particularly like books like “A complaint free world” by Will Bowen as you can tie the book to a core theme or goal. I felt the same paradigm shit after reading “A complaint free world” as I did have with the following books:
- Digital Minimalism : Digital Declutter
- Atomic Habits: Small habits formation.
- Deep Work: Focus
- The ONE Things: Single-Mindedness of purpose
- Essentialism– Elimination of non-essentials
After reading the book, I committed to starting a 21 Days complaint free challenge and also ordered the bracelet to help with achieving the goal from the Complaint Free Website.
If we had no faults of our own, we would not take so much pleasure in noticing those of others.—FRANÇOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
Here are my favourite takeaways from reading: A complaint free world by Will Bowen:
Complaint Free Philosophy
Becoming Complaint Free means beginning to practice healthy communication skills. It is not complaining to speak directly and only to the person “who can resolve an issue.”