To spend your creative energy whining about life is to squander your greatest resource. You lay flat your attitude with no return in sight. This understanding has saved many a lost soul from wasting their lives.
Success often is about transformation of the moment. Stop whining and start seeing yourself as winning. When you catch yourself wailing, “Woe is me,” pause to ask yourself, “How can I see this differently?” What you desire lies not in the future but “in you” in this very moment.
At every moment in your life you are faced with the choice to set a higher standard for yourself so that you may soar to greater heights of victory, or to whine about how tough life can be, which has you plummet to the depths of misery.
“Two men looked from prison bars. One saw mud, the other stars.” Dare to be the star-gazer. The circumstances of your life manifest from the utterances of your inner conversations. Begin investing in yourself by investing in self-talk that offers an attitude of optimistic. Don’t take this lightly. Your inner words does not return unto you void.