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BrightSight Group speaker and author, Will Bowen is quoted in Jeffrey Zaslow’s article, From Attitude to Gratitude: This Is No Time for Complaints in today’s Life & Style section of the Wall Street Journal. From the article, “Rev. Bowen believes the bad economy may be the antidote we need to re-evaluate our lives. “In good times, people often take for granted what they have, and whine about what they don’t have,” he says. “Bad times make people more grateful”. Continue reading….
Will Bowen is the author of A Complaint Free World: How to Stop Complaining and Start Enjoying the Life You Always Wanted
2000 teens in the the L.I.F.E program in Monterrey, Mexico, which is dedicated to bringing about positive change, have joined the Complaint Free movement.
And, students at Colegio Ingles, also in Monterrey, have taken the 21-Day Complaint Free challenge. The school has created banners and held special assemblies to help the kids embrace the power of giving up complaining.
BrightSight Group speaker and author of A Complaint Free World, Will Bowen was recently featured in The Montreal Gazette From the article, “Bowen’s little book is an eye opener. Even readers who think they seldom complain may catch themselves in the act. And if Bowen is right, complaining isn’t doing us any good. In fact, he’s convinced complaining serves only to maintain the status quo; it prevents us from moving forward..”
Will Bowen is the author of A Complaint Free World
BrightSight Group speaker and author Will Bowen’s non profit Complaint Free World has inspired Missouri Republican Sam Graves to write H. Res. 404. He proposes that the day before Thanksgiving become a national “complaint free Wednesday.” Article
Will Bowen is the author of, A Complaint Free World: How to Stop Complaining and Start Enjoying the Life You Always Wanted
Rev Bowen challenged the members of his congregation to stop complaining for 21 days. To remind them to stop complaining, he gave them purple rubber bracelets. Every time they caught themselves complaining they had to switch the bracelet to the other wrist and start the mission over. Bowen has since distributed six million of these purple bracelets around the world.