The No Complaining Rule: Positive Ways to Deal with Negativity at Work

The No Complaining Rule

Authors: Jon Gordon,

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Your energy has the power to affect your employees’ productivity, their health and their general performance. Even outside of your workplace, the energy you radiate affects your daily life. Jon Gordon shows you how you can destroy that negative attitude and replace it with positivity. His easy tactics can change your life from an endless series of complaints to overwhelming gratitude.

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