One thing that I find so incredibly amusing – but sad – are people that work for a company, are getting paid enough to barely make it from paycheck to paycheck, have to work overtime just to break their back to pay for gas, but say that they “love their job.” I have experienced many people like this in my day, and just about all of them are just waiting to tell the truth. However, they are scared of the possible results. What makes matters even worse, they spend 5, 10, even 15 years of their life working FAR below … Continue reading Why Are You Working For “The Man”?
Oftentimes, people revert to the negative things in life way too much. It is almost to the point where it becomes some kind of sick therapy to be miserable and constantly complaining. “This person shouldn’t be in that position over me.” “I have been doing this for so long, and I am still not where I want to be.” “He is not even as good as I am, and look at where I am at.” These are just a few negative pills that stagnant people take, which eventually becomes like an addictive drug that is hard to shake. Remember, negativity is … Continue reading Happiness Is Not A Bad Word
Complaining is such an easy emotional outlet. In fact, it is even a default to many. Finding all the things about life that is wrong oftentimes allow us to exhale on personal responsibility. I don’t know if you caught that. In other words, complaining about something or some person(s) ejects ourselves from being responsible to change what we are complaining about. Instead of the risk of getting muddy in order to embark change, we stay away and look down in order to make a negative comment about it. Our hands stay clean, and we expect someone else to assume the … Continue reading Sick and Tired? Take A Pill.