A Man Never Complains

I’ve decided to incorporate this philosophy within my personal continuous improvement initiative. If I want this new philosophy to work effectively, it’s important to understand the difference between ‘identifying an issue’ and ‘complaining’ – which are both attributed to our Problem Management capacity and skills.

We might not control the problem, but we do have control over our response to the problem. A controlled problem response requires an understanding of the following:

  • Who or what is effected?
  • How severe is the problem?
  • What is the frequency of the problem? Does it often, occasionally, rarely or never?
  • What are we willing to do to resolve the problem?
  • Can the problem be resolved?
    • Yes – proceed with the actions necessary
    • No (this is rare) – turn it into something manageable, use it as a tool to help you grow mentally, spiritually or physically

Usually, we complain just to complain.. as it’s rare for someone to complain to a person – who actually has the ability to fix the problem. Why is that? Mainly because, it’s easier for us to express our dissatisfaction with the problem – than actually fixing the problem.

Improving our quality of life, requires us taking full responsibility \ ownership of our problems and deal with them accordingly… not ‘Complaining’.

Therefore.. ‘A Man Never Complains..’

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