Focus on what you CAN control
Are you “proactive”? Or are you reactive?
Reactive people always focus on the things they cannot control. These are the people who are always complaining about something.
Proactive people realize that even when their complaints are valid, it doesn’t help them to be constantly complaining if there’s nothing they can really do to change the issue.
So they focus on what they CAN control.
The adjective proactive can describe a person who gets things done. If you are proactive, you make things happen, instead of waiting for them to happen to you. – vocabulary.com
If you have an online business, instead of focusing on how people don’t appreciate or respond positively to what you are offering or doing for them, focus instead on how to improve your product/service and the way you present it.
Focus on figuring out how to present something that is so good, people will feel like they can’t live without it.
Don’t quit or just sit back and complain…become BETTER.
It’s true, doing that will take trial and error, time and effort.
To put your focus to changing what you CAN change and improving what you do…takes MUCH more effort.
So that’s why most people focus on the things they CAN’T control, rather than on the things they CAN.
Complaining is just a lot easier.
But weren’t you just wasting all your mental and emotional energy?
Yes. You were.
Switch your focus to what you CAN control, not what you can’t. 😉