Negative, Complaining People are Depressing

Negative, Complaining People are Depressing

How come people get into our profession or any other online profession, then love to complain, to moan about ‘broken promises’ and how they lost money?

 

Last time I checked, it’s called being an entrepreneur and risk comes11050824_10153175493487863_5858029272794298184_n with it.

 

If someone doesn’t succeed in ANY business… it’s part of business, not everyone is meant to run a business.

 

You don’t see people who started a coffee shop, restaurant, clothing store, fitness club…or ANYTHING else and end up in front of the camera on the news saying, “Gee…I got ripped off. The clothing industry made me believe that I was going to succeed and I didn’t. It’s their fault.”  But this happens in online businesses.  Bla Bla Bla…  get over it, you are fogging up my brain!  Its draining me.

 

If someone doesn’t make it in network marketing or anything else for that matter, it’s probably because A) they weren’t cut out for it in the first place, or b) they didn’t apply themselves long enough, in an effective manner to produce the result.  It’s very tiring to listen to this negetivity.

 

It really pisses me off to hear people who come into a business, give it two weeks and then say they have been ripped off but THEY are 18519_1580881098836245_4570042020035667230_n - Copyoff to the next organisation!!!  (which needless to say will fail for them as well!!)

 

I for one, far prefer hanging out with people who are positive and encouraging.  I do not tolerate ‘negetivity’ and ‘complaining people’ in my world.   

 

The blame game is a lame game.

 

 Negative, Complaining People are Depressing

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Remember, be Amazing!!!

Diane

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15 thoughts on “Negative, Complaining People are Depressing

  1. Right on! I prefer to manage negative people because you can’t always make it completely disappear.

    And those people that jump from company to company need to stop looking outside of themselves for results and start working on changing what’s on the inside. When the inside changes, their external results will change!

    1. So true Alex its the indivuals thought and belief on the inside that needs to change.. thanks for highlighting that

  2. I’m with you Diane. I don’t tolerate negative people in my life either. It’s easy to say “I was misled”. It’s much harder to admit that the reason it didn’t work out was my own doing.

  3. Bravo Bravo Bravo, Diane, this needs to be said. Just last weekend I had someone moan at me for almost 1 hr about a program they worked that didnt do for them, guess who was to blame..yup their upline..! Gosh I was exhausted just listening to them and felt so upset for the upline I told the woman off for being a wussy and expcting smeone else to bring success to them. We are in business for ourselves BUT Not by ourselves. That doesnt mean we take on everyone else’s success! Had to be said. Thank You Diane!

    1. ha ha ha Julie, thanks for sharing your experience, can sooo relate to it. People need to work and manage their own busienss

    2. ha ha ha Julie, thanks for sharing your experience, can sooo relate to it. People need to work and manage their own business

  4. What a great analogy — people who go into brick and mortar businesses don’t blame the industry if they don’t succeed. But they sure are willing to blame the network marketing business, aren’t they. Good share.

  5. Hey Diane, I totally agree on your tips for dealing with negative people! We can be different and promote a POSITIVE outlook given any situation. Thoughts become things, eh!!?

    1. I read every day Jeff and listen to motivational pod casts, to ENSURE I am not a nay sayer… Thanks for your comment

    1. Oh Hi Colleen, thank you so much for your feedback. I am really pleased that you enjoyed my post on complaining people, we tend to just accept them in our lives whilst they slowly kill us… you know what I mean… not literally. Diane

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