Some of us are not lucky enough to work on the things we love. Maybe they’re stuck in a dead end job with no future, maybe they work for the things they hate, or maybe they just don’t like the situation or the people.
Working for something we don’t love tend to get exhausting, with a big risk for catching negativity. Most cases, those negativity turns into a form of whining, complaining, or unpleasant gossip. And it usually followed with the drop in productivity and efficiency.
In my point of view, there’s no point in whining or complaining if it can’t change anything. Let’s see : If you hate your job, If you don’t like your boss. Just quit. Plain and simple. If you think you haven’t been appreciated enough, then show them that you’re valuable. If you want a promotion, prove that you’re worth the position. Complaining about things is only acceptable when there’s nothing else you can do, but say it directly to all people involved. Talking behind someone’s back is meaningless. You’ll get nothing but a little bit of negative-satisfaction.
Bottom line is, if you don’t like something then change it. If you can’t do that better find another job. Can’t do both? Work harder and smarter. Spend time effectively so that you’ll have spare time to do things that you love.
whining won’t benefits you. doing something productive is.