Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else
– Darius Foroux
Do you have plans, goals, ideals, or outcomes that you want to achieve?
And do you complain when things don’t go according to plan?
Well, I used to do that a lot.
No matter what all the personal development advice says, it’s very hard to quit complaining. Sure, it’s easy to not complain about small things.
Everyone can do that. But how do you hold up when real bad things happen? A severe injury, losing a big amount of money, getting fired—you name it.
When things like that happen, most of us revert to complaining. But I finally found a way to get over that once and for all.
I share my method, which is inspired by Jocko Willink, in my latest article:
Read: Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else (3-min read)
I hope you find this article useful. I also recorded a podcast episode about it (the link is at the bottom of the article).
Thanks for reading!
simple. Jocko believes that complaining when things go wrong is useless.
Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else – Darius Foroux
Doing, saying, or being anything puts you at risk for criticism; the only way to avoid criticism would be to do absolutely nothing interesting with your life. The subtext: stop worrying about people criticizing you and just live your life.
– Melchor Lim
🖖🏼 live long and prosper