Think about something that irritates you. What is it that bothers you? Is it the person that talks about fitness too much or the person that never seems to have to stay late at the office? Ask yourself why this bothers you. We spend a lot of our time analyzing the actions of others, but most of the things that annoy us are actually problems we have with ourselves. For example, if someone you know talks about how much weight they’ve lost on their new nutrition plan and this frustrates you, it might be because you want the same results for yourself. Instead of spending your time worrying about someone else’s actions or allowing yourself to become irritated by someone’s successes…think about why it is bothering you and do something about it. You could try asking the person to help you set up a nutrition program. You will probably find that the person would be delighted to help you achieve success too!