Complaining Is Terrible for You–Here’s Why

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Here’s a quick read from Inc. on Why Complaining is Terrible for You (and it’s scientifically fact-based!). But if you just need a little kick in the pants to nix the negative-chatter, here’s our guy @GaryVee (author of our series The Hustle) on why complaining is uber unattractive.

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