Embracing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly!

When we learn to quit complaining we learn to embrace life and that includes the good the bad and the ugly! We learn to stop resisting things that are “Happening to us”, we learn to transform our tendency to feel like victims and instead, we take full responsibility for our lives.

Writer Andrew Solomon has spent his career telling stories of the hardships of others. In this moving, heartfelt and at times downright funny Ted talk, he turns inward, bringing us into a childhood of adversity, while also spinning tales of the courageous people he’s met in the years since.  Solomon gives a powerful call to action here, a call to stop resisting our lives and to forge meaning from our biggest struggles.

What if instead of “finding” life meanings we actually “forged” life meanings because of (or thanks to) the hardships that are inherent to each one of our journey?

What if instead of complaining about what happens to us, we turned our struggles into inspiring lessons?

If you realize that complaining is a habit that robs you of enjoying and seeing the full potentials of living… why not use this month of September to establish a new powerful way of functioning, by joining the 21 Day Challenge to Quit  Complaining and Bitching at any time, it is free!

Becoming entrepreneurs, and not victims, or our lives is not always easy but it makes us feel fully ALIVE!


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“Christine Lewicki is a Bestselling Author, Speaker & Coach. She is committed to helping people quit complaining and become entrepreneurs of their lives. You can download your FREE “I quit complaining” starter kit on her blog www.iquitcomplaining.com and visit her Facebook page for inspirational articles and quotes to reveal the best version of yourself each day!


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