Can Complaining Hurt or Help Your Career?
As I walked back to my office at lunchtime today, a group of lawyers walked separately, but along side of me. During our jaunt I could hear them talking with animated voices and a familiar tone. I perked my ears for a closer listen and soon discovered that I had tuned in to a world class complaining session. These young professionals complained about a host of issues: a partner who took the biggest office for himself, lame colleagues, feeling overworked and underappreciated.
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