This weeks post is by MSc Brand Leadership alumna Patricia Elenes.
A few years ago, a friend of mine told me about this book she was reading, A Complaint Free World by Will Bowen. It challenges people to stop complaining for 21 days, by using a simple bracelet to monitor themselves. How it works: you wear the bracelet on one wrist and commit to stop complaining. If you slip up, you change your bracelet to your other wrist and start over.
At first I thought that vowing to quit complaining was too much effort for something that really isn’t hurting anyone. And after all, isn’t it better to get things off your chest? There are always things to complain about and keeping them bottled up inside is not going to make them go away. Plus, a part of me kept thinking it was just some clever way to sell…
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