I'm reading a new book .... surprise surprise.
Its called "A Complaint Free World: How to Stop Complaining and Start Enjoying the Life You Always Wanted"
I've been part of way too many "kitchen table" talks.
You know the ones. It's either griping about something or someone.
I'm over it.
I don't like it when I hear it and I am embarrassed when I participate in it.
I'd like to share with you the biggest takeaway from the book this past week.
You wouldn’t notice the faults in someone else if they were not also your faults.
Think about this one.
It resonated with me since I've heard people complain about traits that I did not notice in someone.
I assumed I was just not tuned in enough.
Then I started to realize that the issues that bother us in others are the issues that we also have.
So next time something bothers you, ask yourself if you also do it.