JAMIE’S BLOG – DAY 140 :: a complaint free world…starting now..okay, now

25 May
I started a new challenge today. The 21-Day No Complaint Challenge. That’s right… the plan is to go 21 days without complaining.

Here’s how it works… every time you complain you move a bracelet from one wrist to the other with the goal to wear the bracelet for 21 days on the same arm. 

I’m not complaining… but I already complained today. So I have to start ALL over again tomorrow on Day 1 (again). 

The mission behind  A Complaint Free World is massive even though the concept is simple… see below: 

  • We envision a positive shift in our world’s consciousness.
  • We see a day when people focus on and speak about what they desire things to be rather than complaining about how things are.
  • We will  provide Complaint Free purple bracelets and inspiration such that 60 million people (1% of the world’s population) leave the toxic communication of complaining behind and experience an internal shift toward being more positive, hopeful and optimistic.
  • Every day, people interact with dozens if not hundreds of others.  Our helping shift the attitudes of as little as 1% of humanity cannot help but have a ripple effect which will become a cascade of positivity around the world bringing about greater harmony, understanding, prosperity and peace
So I’m starting now… no complaints. Kind of curious if this will lead to bliss (or frustration). But who’s complaining?

More tomorrow.

  {can you go without complaining?}

2 Responses to “JAMIE’S BLOG – DAY 140 :: a complaint free world…starting now..okay, now”

  1. Mary Lou Peters May 26, 2015 at 4:02 AM #

    I’ve done the complaint challenge, and it does cause a shift in your thinking. Stick with it. You’ll be pleased as you learn more about yourself!

    • Jamie May 26, 2015 at 2:46 PM #

      Awesome! Thank you… looking forward to what this brings!

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