“My life is awful.” It’s a phrase many of us use when talking about our everyday routines, our work and our prospects in life. There are many reasons for this logic. As a species, it’s part of our progressive force. If we were always happy, we’d have no ambition.The problem is, a lot of people do nothing about it. It’s easier to blame our mean bosses, the government and everyone else for our dissatisfaction.
Yet – if you will entertain the possibility – all of us can improve our thinking and change our habits to become more engaged, more productive and more satisfied.
It’s very easy to say your work sucks because your boss is mean and doesn’t care. But let’s be honest – if you think that, you don’t care either. If you did, you’d do something to feel better.