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Full of practical ideas and inspiring stories from people who have already transformed their lives through the Complaint Free program, you''ll learn not only how to stop complaining but also how to become more positive and live the life you’ve always dreamed about.
 
More than ten million people in 106 countries have used the simple principles found in this book to eradicate the toxicity of complaining from their lives.  And, as a result, they have experienced better health, happier relationships, greater career success and a significant increase in happiness.

A Complaint Free World
will explain what constitutes a complaint, why we complain, what benefits we think we receive from complaining, how complaining is destructive to our lives, and how we can get others around us to stop complaining. Find out how forming the simple habit of not complaining can transform your health, relationships, career and life.

Consciously striving to reformat your mental hard drive is not easy, but you can start now by using the steps Bowen presents here. If you stay with it, you''ll find that not only will you stop complaining, but others around you will cease to do so as well and in a short period of time, you''ll have a more positive life. 

A Complaint Free World is an engaging, enjoyable, easy-to-read reminder that the only permanent, constructive changes you can make in the world are the changes that you make in yourself.”
–Gary Zukav, author of The Seat of the Soul and Soul to Soul

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A Complaint Free World is an engaging, enjoyable, easy-to-read reminder that the only permanent, constructive changes you can make in the world are the changes that you make in yourself.” —Gary Zukav, author of The Seat of the Soul and Soul to Soul 

“It''s rare to read a book that has the potential to change the world, but Will Bowen''s masterpiece could do just that.  I highly recommend this book to you. It will change your life for the better as it has mine.”  Roger Dawson, author of Secrets of Power Negotiating
 
"This is the most inspiring book I''ve read all year. I love it!”  Dr. Joe Vitale, author of Zero Limits and star of The Secret

About the Author

WILL BOWEN is the founder of the organization A Complaint Free World and works with individuals and organizations around the world to create Complaint Free environments that are calmer, happier and more productive.

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Chapter 1
I Complain Therefore I Am

Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain. —Lily Tomlin

Complain: (verb) 1: to express grief, pain, or discontent <complaining about the weather> 2: to make a formal accusation or charge —The Merriam–Webster Dictionary


There are four stages to become competent at anything. In becoming a Complaint Free person, you will go through each of them and, sorry, you can’t skip steps. You can’t jump over them and effect lasting change. Some of the stages last longer than others. Everyone’s experience with them varies. You might soar through one stage and then become stuck in another for a long time, but if you stay with it you will master this skill.


VOICES
Like most of the other folks who took up the Complaint free challenge, I quickly discovered exactly how many of the words I spoke in daily interactions were complaints. For the first time, I really heard myself when I vented about work, whined about my aches and pains, bemoaned political and world issues, and complained about the weather. What a shock to realize how many of my words held negative energy–and I considered myself such a positive person! —Marty Pointer, Kansas City, MO


The four stages to competency are:
1. Unconscious Incompetence
2. Conscious Incompetence
3. Conscious Competence
4. Unconscious Competence

In “On a Distant Prospect of Eton College,” Thomas Gray gave us the saying “ignorance is bliss.” As you become a Complaint Free person, you begin in the bliss of ignorance, move through the turmoil of transformation, and arrive at true bliss. Right now, you are in the Unconscious Incompetence stage. You are unconscious about your being incompetent. You don’t realize (are unconscious) as to how much you complain (are incompetent).

Unconscious Incompetence is as much a state of being as a stage of competency. This is where we all begin. In Unconscious Incompetence you are pure potential, ready to create great things for yourself. There are exciting new vistas about to be explored. All you have to do is be willing to go through the remaining steps.

Many people are an “ouch!” looking for a hurt. If you cry “ouch,” the hurt will show up. If you complain, you’ll receive more to complain about. It’s the Law of Attraction in action. As you complete these stages, as you leave complaining behind, as you are no longer an “ouch” looking for a hurt, your life will unfold for you like a beautiful spring flower.

One of the questions I’m often asked is “Can I never complain…ever!?” To which I answer, “Of course you can complain.” I say this for two reasons:

1. I’m not out to tell you or anyone else what to do. If I were, I’d be trying to change you, and that means I’m focusing on something about you I don’t like. I’d be expressing discontent about you and, by inference, complaining. So you can do whatever you want. It’s your choice.

2. Sometimes it makes sense to complain.

Now, before you feel you’ve found your loophole in number 2 above, consider that word “sometimes” and remember that I and many, many people have gone three consecutive weeks–that’s 21 days, or 504 hours in a row–without complaining at all. No complaints, zero, I Complain Therefore I Am 25 zip! When it comes to complaining, “sometimes” means “not very often at all.” Complaining should happen infrequently; criticism and gossip, never. If we are honest with ourselves, life events that lead us to legitimately complain (express grief, pain, or discontent) are exceedingly rare. Most of the complaining we do is just a lot of “ear pollution” detrimental to our happiness and well-being.

Check yourself. When you complain (express grief, pain, or discontent), is the cause severe? Are you complaining frequently? Has it been a month or more since you complained? If you’re complaining more than once a month, you might just be giving in to habitual griping, which doesn’t serve you. You’re an “ouch” looking for a hurt.

To be a happy person who has mastered your thoughts and has begun creating your life by design, you need a very, very high threshold of what leads you to express grief, pain, and discontent. The next time you’re about to complain about something, ask yourself how the situation stacks up to something that happened to me a few years ago.

I was sitting in my office preparing a lesson. The home we lived in at the time was located at a sharp bend in the road. Drivers had to slow down to make the curve, and just 200 yards past our house the city road became a county highway and the speed limit changed from 25 mph to 55 mph. As a result, we lived on an acceleration/deceleration lane. If it weren’t for the curve in the road, our home would have been in a very dangerous place. It was a warm spring afternoon and the lace curtains flapped softly in the breeze from the open windows. Suddenly, I heard a strange sound. There was a loud thud, followed by a scream. It wasn’t the scream of a person, but rather that of an animal. Every animal, just like every person, has a unique voice, and I knew this voice well. It was our long-haired golden retriever, Ginger. Normally, we don’t think of dogs screaming. Barking, howling, whimpering—yes; but screaming is something we rarely hear. But that’s exactly what Ginger was doing. She had been hit, and she lay in the road shrieking with pain not twenty feet outside my window. I shouted and ran through the living room and out the front door, followed by my wife, Gail, and my daughter, Lia. Lia was six at the time.

As we approached Ginger, we could tell she was badly hurt. She was using her front legs to try to stand, but her hind legs did not seem to be helping. Again and again she yowled in pain. Neighbors poured from their homes to see what was causing the commotion. Lia just kept saying her name, “Ginger…Ginger…,” as the tears flowed down her cheeks and wet her shirt.

I looked around for the driver who had hit Ginger but saw no one. Then I looked up the hill that marked the line between city road and county road and saw a truck, towing a trailer, cresting the hill and accelerating past 55 mph. Even though our dog lay there in agony, my wife stood in shock, and my daughter cried piteously, I was consumed with confronting the person who had hit Ginger. “How could anyone do this and just drive off?!” I thought. “He was just coming around the curve…surely he saw her, surely he knew what happened!”

Abandoning my family in the midst of their pain and confusion, I jumped into my car and spun out of the driveway, leaving a plume of dust and gravel. Sixty, 75, 83 miles per hour along the gravel-and-dirt road in pursuit of the person who had hit Lia’s dog and left without so much as facing us. I was going so fast on the uncertain surface that my car began to feel as if it were floating tenuously above the ground. In that moment, I calmed myself enough to realize that if I were killed while driving, it would be even harder on Gail and Lia than Ginger’s having been hurt. I slowed down just enough to control my car as the distance between me and other driver closed.

Turning into his driveway and still not realizing I was after him, the man stepped from his truck in a torn shirt and oily jeans. I skidded in behind him and jumped from my car, screaming, “You hit my dog!!!” The man turned and looked at me as if I were speaking a foreign language. With blood raging in my ears, I wasn’t sure I heard him correctly when he said, “I know I hit your dog…What are you going to do about it?” After regaining my connection with reality, I shot back, “WHAT?!? What did you say?!” He smiled as if he were correcting an errant child and then said again, in slow, deliberate words, “I know I hit your dog…Exactly what are you going to do about it?”

I was blind with rage. In my mind I kept seeing Lia in my rearview mirror standing over Ginger and crying. “Put up your hands,” I yelled. “What?” he said. “Put up your hands,” I said again. “Defend yourself…I’m going to kill you!”

A few moments before, reason had kept me from killing myself while driving in a white–hot rage to find this guy. Now his dismissive and cavalier comment about having painfully wounded a pet I dearly loved had vanquished all reason. I had never been in a fight in my adult life. I didn’t believe in fighting. I wasn’t sure I knew how to fight. But I wanted to beat this man to death. In that moment, I didn’t care if I ended up in prison.

“I ain’t gonna fight you,” he said. “And if you hit me, it’s assault, mister.” My arms raised, my fists clinched tight as diamonds, I stood there dumbfounded. “Fight me!” I said. “No, sir,” he said, smiling through his remaining teeth, “I ain’t gonna do no such thing.” He turned his back and slowly walked away. I stood there shaking, anger poisoning my blood.

I don’t remember driving back to my family. I don’t remember lifting Ginger up and taking her to the vet. I do remember the way she smelled the last time I held her and the way she whimpered softly as the vet’s needle ended her suffering. “How could a person do such a thing?” I asked myself repeatedly.

Days later, the man’s jagged smile still haunted me as I tried to sleep. His “What are you going to do about it?” rang in my ears. I visualized exactly what I would have done to him had we fought. In my visions I was a superhero destroying an evil villain. Sometimes, I imagined I had a baseball bat or other weapon and was hurting him, hurting him as badly as he had hurt me, my wife, my daughter, and Ginger.

On the third night of unsuccessful attempts to sleep, I got up and began to write in my journal. After spilling out my grief, pain, and discontent for nearly an hour, I wrote something surprising: “Those who hurt are hurting.” Taking in my words as if they were from someone else, I wondered aloud, “What?” Again I wrote, “Those who hurt are hurting.” I sat back, brooding in my chair, and listened to the spring peepers and the crickets celebrating the night. “Those who hurt are hurting? How could that apply to this guy?”

As I thought more about it, I began to understand. A person who could so easily hurt a treasured family pet must not know the love of companion animals as we do. A person who can drive away as a young child folds into tears could not know the love of a young child. A man who cannot apologize for spearing a family’s heart must have had his heart speared many, many times. This man was the real victim in this story. Truly he had acted as a villain, but it came as a result of the depth of pain within him.

I sat a long time, letting this all sink in. Every time I began to feel angry at him and the pain he caused, I thought of the pain this man must live with on a daily basis. In time, I switched off the light, went to bed, and slept soundly.

Complain: to express grief, pain, or discontent.

During this experience, I felt grief. Ginger had shown up five years ago at our home in rural South Carolina. Several dogs had come to our home wanting to stay, but Gibson, our other dog, always ran them off. For some reason, he let Ginger stay. There was something special about Ginger. We presumed from her demeanor that she had been abused prior to coming to us. And, because she especially shied away from me, it was probably a man who had hurt her. After a year or so, she had begun to tentatively trust me. And in the remaining years, she had become a true friend. I deeply grieved her passing.

I certainly felt pain, real emotional pain that tore at my soul. Those of us with children know that we would rather endure any pain than have our children do so. And the pain my Lia was going through redoubled my own.

I felt discontent. I felt torn for not having thrashed the guy as well as for having considered acting violently in the first place. I felt ashamed for having walked away from him and equally ashamed for having chased after him in the first place.

Grief. Pain. Discontent.

When this man hit Ginger, it was appropriate for me to have felt and to have expressed each of these. You may have experienced something equally difficult at some time in your life. Fortunately, such traumatic events are rare. Similarly, complaining (expressing grief, pain, or discontent) should be rare.

But for most of us, our complaints are not sourced by such deeply painful experiences. Rather, we’re the character in the Joe Walsh song “Life’s Been Good”—we can’t complain, but sometimes we still do. Things are not really bad enough to warrant expressing grief, pain, or discontent, but complaining is our default setting. It’s what we do.

Ignorance is bliss. Prior to beginning your trek down the path to becoming a Complaint Free person, you were probably blissfully unaware as to how much you complain and the damaging effect of your complaints on your life. For many of us, griping about the weather, our spouse, our work, our bodies, our friends, our jobs, the economy, other drivers, our country, or whatever we are thinking about is something we do dozens of times each and every day. Yet few of us realize how often we complain.

The words come out of our mouths, so our ears must hear them. But, for some reason, they don’t register as complaints. Complaining can be likened to bad breath. We notice it when it comes out of someone else’s mouth, but not when it comes from our own.

Chances are you complain a lot more than you think. And now that you’ve accepted the 21–day challenge to become complaint free, you have begun to notice it. You start moving the bracelet from wrist to wrist, and you realize how much you kvetch (Yiddish for “complain”—I’m not Jewish, but I really like the word).

Up until this point, you would probably have said, honestly, that you don’t complain—much, anyway. Certainly, you think that you only complain when something is legitimately bothering you. The next time you’re tempted to justify your complaining, remember Ginger’s story and ask yourself if what you’re going through is that bad. Then resolve to keep your pledge to not complain.

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Pizza
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Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2018
I REALLY wanted to like this book, but the overtly egotistical and self absorbed manner of the author greatly overshadows the theme. Will Bowen should pen a how to on the process of an unsuccessful humble brag. The first 26 pages of “A Complaint Free World” are filled... See more
I REALLY wanted to like this book, but the overtly egotistical and self absorbed manner of the author greatly overshadows the theme.
Will Bowen should pen a how to on the process of an unsuccessful humble brag. The first 26 pages of “A Complaint Free World” are filled with Bowen boasting about how he met Maya Angelou, how awesome he is, and how he’s figured out how to successfully profiteer off of a semi-decent idea. He’s so self absorbed that even the website “A Complaint Free World” is now titled “Will Bowen” and is loaded down with shameless self promotion.
Here’s the DL...wear a bracelet (ANY bracelet. There’s no need to buy the official “A Complaint Free World Bracelet,” which of course is available from none other than THE WillBowen.com.) Every time you make a verbal complaint move the bracelet to your other wrist. Your mission is to make it 21 days straight without moving the bracelet. Every time you complain and move the bracelet, restart your 21 day count. Once you’re self aware of your complaining habits, you’ll be conscious of how often you complain and have the ability to stop it. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out the outcome. The less you complain, the better your attitude gets, and then boom the better your life is.
There, I just saved you money that can be used on something just as beneficial to you- like a package of flushable butt wipes.
As you’re reading this you may be thinking “wow this book didn’t seem to work on this person!” My buddy Will Bowen comes to my rescue though when he points out in this book that it is not a complaint if it is a fact. Unfortunately the fact is that Bowen is egotistical and desperately concerned with filling his wallet.
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I love this book I have begun to use the theory right away. I instead use the rubber band to stop my internal complaining, self criticism and negative thoughts . I work on it all day long and have shared the book title and link with at least 20 people. I have two friend who... See more
I love this book I have begun to use the theory right away. I instead use the rubber band to stop my internal complaining, self criticism and negative thoughts . I work on it all day long and have shared the book title and link with at least 20 people. I have two friend who are using the theory now.!! It is making me like myself which I haven''t for a long time.
It is a life saver and is helping to me feel better about myself.
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Every one needs to read this book, to stop bullying , gossiping , complaining and just negative thinking and negative thought spoken out loud.
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Excellent read and a cause for hope
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
I have to confess that when I started reading this book, I was a bit skeptical thinking it was more "feel good hooey.". Boy, was I wrong. Will Bowen lays out a strong case for " A Complaint Free World, " in very clear and concise writing and a foundation of hope. I do not... See more
I have to confess that when I started reading this book, I was a bit skeptical thinking it was more "feel good hooey.". Boy, was I wrong. Will Bowen lays out a strong case for " A Complaint Free World, " in very clear and concise writing and a foundation of hope. I do not want to spoil anyone ''s experience, but you will find yourself looking at how you''ve led your life and how to tweak your way of thinking, in order to be at peace with yourself and others.
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Unnecessarily long
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2019
The premise of this book is great: spend 21 days without complaining, gossiping or using sarcasm. The author explains the benefits of leading a complain free life, mostly just out of his personal experience, and the path that you will encounter in those 21 days. However,... See more
The premise of this book is great: spend 21 days without complaining, gossiping or using sarcasm. The author explains the benefits of leading a complain free life, mostly just out of his personal experience, and the path that you will encounter in those 21 days. However, the author could have written this information in 50 pages or less, no need to go over personal stories for 300 pages.
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Life changing book!
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2017
This book and the Complaint Free Challenge changed my life! A simple concept that produces incredible results. I have recommended this book to all my family and friends! Since reading this book, I took the 21 Day Complaint Free Challenge. It took me 6 months to complete,... See more
This book and the Complaint Free Challenge changed my life! A simple concept that produces incredible results. I have recommended this book to all my family and friends! Since reading this book, I took the 21 Day Complaint Free Challenge. It took me 6 months to complete, but I''m so much happier, my relationships are better and I even quit my 20+ year career to do my dream job of motivational speaking.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017
I feel like I just left a suitcase full of challenges on the side of the road and walked away from them. I’m about to read this book for the second time (in 2 days.) Thank you, Will.
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I read a ton of self transformation books. Somewhere along the line I read that not everything you read is pertinent to You. What you need is to take the right "vitamin" [book/message] for what ails you. I think I found my right "vitamin." I figured I''d... See more
I read a ton of self transformation books. Somewhere along the line I read that not everything you read is pertinent to You. What you need is to take the right "vitamin" [book/message] for what ails you. I think I found my right "vitamin." I figured I''d sail through the 21 days given that I read/practice so much mindfulness stuff. Surprise! As I took up the challenge, I discovered how often I use sarcasm (in playful, but nonetheless passive-aggressive ways), criticism (In off-handed ways), and gossip (plus I learned why ----to inspire envy). I''ve been at this a week and am ready to do Day 2 (again! LOL). Anyhow, it''s a great book that will help you become a Great Observer of Yourself. If you''re interested in increasing self-awareness, this book is for you!
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Commit to complete the 21-day challenge
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2018
At first I thought this book was just another "flavor of the week" type of program I have been involved in either as a participant or corporate manager encouraging direct reports to embrace. I am glad I stuck with it and completed the book in one day! It''s late in the... See more
At first I thought this book was just another "flavor of the week" type of program I have been involved in either as a participant or corporate manager encouraging direct reports to embrace. I am glad I stuck with it and completed the book in one day! It''s late in the evening now, but in the morning I will challenge myself to wear the bracelet without changing wrists too many times tomorrow. One day at a time or even one hour at a time if that is what it takes!
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No complaints from me!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 5, 2016
If you want to stop the constant, nagging, complaining voice in your head, this is the book to help you to do it. Sets out the reasoning behind it clearly and concisely. Who wouldn''t want to reach day 21 without complaining? I thought it would be a doddle, but who knew how...See more
If you want to stop the constant, nagging, complaining voice in your head, this is the book to help you to do it. Sets out the reasoning behind it clearly and concisely. Who wouldn''t want to reach day 21 without complaining? I thought it would be a doddle, but who knew how difficult that was going to be? I haven''t got to the 21 day finish line yet but am giving it a go and I don''t really care how long it takes me to reach 21 days. Immediately I decided to do it I felt lighter and happier than I have in a long time. Just goes to show how much we let our complaining voices take up space in our heads. Can''t recommend this enough. It will change your life if you embrace the challenge. It is worth getting the wrist bands, or wearing one of your own choice. They come from the US and my first order didn''t arrive. Contacted them and they put another set in the post no questions asked. They are cheap and cheerful but a good tool to use in conjunction with the challenge.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2013
What a wonderful concept and it really works. At the moment I am on day 1 for the 12 th day in a row.. Haven''t yet managed to day 2 . Am I disappointed? Not at all....it showed me just how much of a negativity bias I was operating under and now have gone from changing my...See more
What a wonderful concept and it really works. At the moment I am on day 1 for the 12 th day in a row.. Haven''t yet managed to day 2 . Am I disappointed? Not at all....it showed me just how much of a negativity bias I was operating under and now have gone from changing my band at least forty times per day to one or two and I feel so much better and happier. I have recommended this to many people who are all very impressed. It would be cool if Amazon stocked the bracelets as well as the book as I have had to send to the States for them and it takes a few weeks. In the meantime using one of my granddaughter''s scrunching. I can see it taking me a long time to get to 21 complaint free days in a row but that''s okay..in this case it''s very much about the process...the journey rather than the destination. Highly recommended
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Elizabeth Bell
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A great idea and a great way to challenge yourself
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 5, 2020
I got this book as it was recommended. It uses some lovely anecdotes to highlight the negativity of complaining and the different ways in which we complain. So, if you want to have a more positive outlook on life, read this book and take the complaint free challenge. It''s...See more
I got this book as it was recommended. It uses some lovely anecdotes to highlight the negativity of complaining and the different ways in which we complain. So, if you want to have a more positive outlook on life, read this book and take the complaint free challenge. It''s harder than you think, but well worth it!
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Best Book I''ve Ever Read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2018
I am reading lots of books, this is the one that absolutely helps me from my previous depression. Compare to the similar books I read, this one is mind blowing. I don''t think I would like to become a complaint free person, but it does make me love my life so much more,...See more
I am reading lots of books, this is the one that absolutely helps me from my previous depression. Compare to the similar books I read, this one is mind blowing. I don''t think I would like to become a complaint free person, but it does make me love my life so much more, ignoring the small imperfections that ought to happen. I recommended this book to my family, friends and even my facial treatment therapist. This is a book to make you happy and find positivity in your daily life. I read a little bit per day, feels like having daily chicken soup to the soul. I will read again in the near future to remind me how to appreciate the beautiful life.
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Ok, but full of rambling
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 8, 2018
The premise of this book is great - changing the words we speak in order to change our mindset. However, the actual content could have filled a magazine article rather than an entire book. There is a lot of random stories/anecdotes and rambling to fill pages.
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