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Tip of the Day: Stop Complaining and Be More Productive

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We all complain; from the top of the food chain, to the ground floor. Complaining and/or venting about a situation can be fulfilling if it’s what you need to get out of a rut, but if you’re doing it to hear yourself talk then maybe it’s time you stop.

[If Talking Doesn’t Resolve It Then Escalate It]

Focus your energy and time on something more conducive to work. If you need to write for work then pour out the grievance into words, but twist the issue into solving another. Re-evaluate how you see the things that annoy you and try to use them as inspiration to work harder and smarter. Complaining doesn’t get you very far, and with emails piling up it’s something your boss is sure to roll their eyes over. So instead of stewing, take a quick walk, get the “bug” out of your head and dive back into your work.

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