A Complaint Free World

  • by Will Bowen
  • Narrated by Will Bowen
  • 4 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In your hands, you hold the secret to transforming your life. Big words? Yes, but this is a plan that has already proven itself with millions of people around the world. In a Sunday-morning sermon, Will told his congregation he wanted to make the world a complaint-free zone and, to prove he was serious, he passed out purple bracelets to each church member and offered them a challenge. "If you catch yourself complaining, take the bracelet and move it to the other wrist." Now, less than a year later, more than six million people have taken up the challenge, trying to go 21 consecutive days without complaining, criticizing, or gossiping, and in so doing, forming a new, positive habit. By changing your words, you can change your thoughts and then begin to create your life by design. People have shared stories with Will of chronic pain relieved, relationships healed, careers improved, and becoming an overall happier person.
You will learn the steps to eradicating this poisonous form of expression from your life. If you stay with it, you will find that not only will you not complain, but others around you will cease to do so as well. In a short period of time, you can have the life you've always dreamed of having.
NOTE: To receive your free bracelet, please visit http://www.AComplaintFreeWorld.org.

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No complaints

If I had any complaints about this book I wouldn't dare express them here.

I will say that this is one of those books that would work better in print or on an iPad, because there are sections I wanted to whiz through and times that I would have liked to mark a page to come back to.

That's not a complaint, is it?
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- William

Good premise, but drags on longer than it needs.

This book has a good message to pass a long. However I believe it dragged on pieces that it did not need to. The bulk of the book's idea was given in the first hour or so, but afterward, it went into stories that were repetitive. I would consider this a pass. Read what it's about and you got the jest of what it's trying to convey.
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- Charles

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-16-2007
  • Publisher: Random House Audio