It’s easy to point out other’s shortcomings. We notice them all the time – this guy drives slow, this woman talks about herself all the time, the boss is rarely friendly. We go on and on about others’ futility, but when it comes to ourselves, we conveniently do not seem to notice any problems. Noticing faults in others means nothing if we do not use it to improve ourselves. If you complain about someone who talks about his or herself all the time, understand others will feel the same way about you if you do that. Better yourself by seeing what things others do that annoys you and making the change about yourself. And if you are just as guilty as the next person than perhaps it’s time to stop complaining about what they are doing and start accepting it.