The one trait that’ll stop you achieving your goals

Don’t sweat the small stuff 

Things will always go wrong in life, but that doesn’t mean you should spend your time and energy complaining. 

When you focus on the things that go wrong, all the goodness in life and a whole load of opportunities are passing you by. 

So, in this episode, Rob & Rob are looking at the most common complaints in property and breaking them down to exactly what they are – minor inconveniences that aren’t worth your time. 

If you’re ready to break the cycle of complaining, give this episode a listen as the guys will be giving you all the tips you need to live a happier life. 

Hub Extra  

If you’re interested in learning more about stoicism, then make sure you give The Daily Stoic a read.  

Ryan Holiday’s book is a page-a-day guide to living a good life, offering inspirational daily doses of wisdom, gratitude and stoicism. 

And here’s one from the marketing team, if you’re ready to start practising gratitude, make this musical spoken poem the first thing you listen to in the morning. 

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