With the mentality of never complaining, success is not far from you.

If you really want to live your own personality, please put away your grievances and dissatisfaction attitude every day, calm down and do everything well, then success is not far away from you. At that time, there is no ecstatic joy, and there is no free time to complain. This view is not based on my experience, nor is it a lesson from my failure. To paraphrase an ad slogan, it is just a “mineral water porter”. If you have studied Ma Yun’s life, you will have a new understanding of the “Never Complaining Mindset” and hate how much you missed because of the incomprehensibility and opinions of the past mentality. By the way, complaining can’t change anyone’s life, it can only add chaos to yourself. A person’s true failure does not start from his (her) failure, but from the moment he (she) accuses others.

Jack Ma Yun is a Chinese business magnate, investor and philanthropist. He is the co-founder and former executive chairman of Alibaba Group, a multinational, technology conglomerate. In addition, he co-founded Yunfeng Capital, a private equity firm. Jack Ma is a strong proponent of an open market-driven economy.

In the first 37 years, Ma Yun used the word “failure” to describe it, which is not an exaggeration. 37 years later, he suddenly became “lucky” and succeeded in his career. Is it really that he “become lucky”? The answer is no. Everything in his own words: “The secret is only two words: never complain!” The secret to Jack Ma’s success is only two words, think about it carefully. Is there any successful person whose achievements have been exchanged for full of complaints? Not to mention “Too many complaints make people feel annoying”, even time cannot be wasted, but how many ten or twenty years are there in a person’s life! The time to do something, maybe only up to 40 years. If you waste ten or twenty years by patronizing and complaining, it will determine that a person will accomplish nothing in his life.

Nobody’s success is for no reason, it is the result of concentrated efforts and hard work, and it is by no means the result of getting rich overnight. Even if you get rich overnight by accident, without the experience of calm and steady hands, the wealth you get by accident will continue to drain, and you will not be able to hold your wealth in the end. Having a mentality of never complaining does not mean that he (she) has no thoughts or opinions, but that he (she) has no extra energy to take care of things that should not be taken care of by himself. It is precisely because Jack Ma focuses on his own business and has no extra energy to complain, so Ma Yun has become a successful person. Everyone knows that apart from Alibaba, Huawei is also one of China’s most successful companies and one of the few private companies with a scale of 100 billion yuan. Its boss, Ren Zheng Fei, is also one of the successful figures that people admire very much. Ren Zheng Fei is very mysterious, and Huawei is even more mysterious. Dare to ask: If they have news here today, focus there tomorrow, and still have time to focus on their own careers, can they still succeed in their careers?

“Never complain” is a mentality and a basic prerequisite for success. Concentrating on doing your own thing well and doing your own thing successfully is the most important thing right now. Starting a business or starting a business cannot distract yourself, and people who work for others in the workplace are no exception. If you are full of complaints all day, you will never be able to do your job well, and you will be doomed to fail to go out of the right way. Although this is rough, but reason is not rough.

Teacher Ho Fei Peng believes that publishers must use knowledge to change the world. He does not think that “good books” rated by so-called intellectuals or cultural people can represent the reader’s position.

Mr. Ho Fei Peng, a senior publisher in Taiwan, once said that problems are common in all companies and all workplaces. He said: A young man told me that his company’s products had many problems, and competitors’ products were cheap and easy to use. He also tried to reflect to the company many times, but the company was unwilling to change, which bothered him and also didn’t know what to do for the next. Teacher Ho Fei Peng asked him whether the company’s operating conditions are terrible? He said that the company’s operations are good because the company sells and produces high-quality, high-priced products. The competitors are new companies and small companies, they use low prices and services to win. Although some small customers will be lost, big customers are still with us. . Therefore, the company is unwilling to adjust the product line.

Teacher Ho Fei Peng continued to ask, “why don’t you go find big customers and sell the company’s high-end, high-priced products”? The young man replied that he is a newcomer and his major clients are in the hands of old colleagues. He can only start with small clients, and he feels painful. Teacher Ho Fei Peng asked again: “What do you think or any plan to solve when you faced at this situation?” The young man replied: “The product is like this, what can I say?” The whole “story” is already very clear. The young people in the conversation are not only full of multi-faceted thinking about the company, but also full of resentment towards the company. Imagine the mental state of a young man, can he do well in the company? The answer is no. No company or unit will let an employee get ahead for no reason. Besides, the young man’s company is operating well, which shows that the young man lacks mainstream awareness of the company’s negative thinking. If the young man thinks about it in another way, his confusion may not be as great, and his situation may not be as embarrassing as he thinks.

This is not to say that the company he works for is okay, nor that he cannot have ideas as an employee, but if he has ideas, he should choose the right opportunity and speak in the right tone, provided that his work must be completed first instead of “It’s troublesome, I don’t know what to do”. The main reasons for this are:

  1. Any enterprise or unit, no matter how big or small, is a “game of chess”, one move affects the overall situation, and you must not disrupt the combination just because of your different opinions;
  2. Business management is an important subject that can never be finished. It is normal if there is a problem, and abnormal if there is no problem.

From this perspective, business managers will make fine-tuning without affecting the company’s operating conditions, because “operating conditions” determine everyone’s jobs and cannot be changed at will.

So, how do employees express their opinions at the right opportunity and in the right tone? “Appropriate opportunity” means that the company or unit spends a certain amount of time and sets up a certain place or occasion to widely disseminate opinions. Other opportunities and other locations are not considered “appropriate”; what is “appropriate tone”? It refers to the tone used by the subordinates for admonition of the superior, and other tones are not included in the category of “appropriate tone”. Why choose “the right opportunity and the right tone” to admonish? The purpose is to improve the effect of admonitions and let the leaders admire them. If this is not the case, admonishment will be meaningless, and it will make the leader feel resentful towards you. It can be said that from “never complaining” to “do things in an orderly manner”, this is not only the basic principle of life, but also the basic principle of behavior. If you lose these two basic principles, people will do things that are annoying, and things will be annoying. If you want to have prestige among your friends and colleagues, you must let most people say things well, but it may be difficult. .

“Don’t Just”

Don’t just learn, experience.
Don’t just read, absorb.
Don’t just change, transform.
Don’t just relate, advocate.
Don’t just promise, prove.
Don’t just criticize, encourage.
Don’t just think, ponder.
Don’t just take, give.
Don’t just see, feel.
Don’t just dream, do.
Don’t just hear, listen.
Don’t just talk, act.
Don’t just tell, show.
Don’t just exist, live.”

By Roy T. Bennett