“Don’t whine, just work.” – Oprah Winfrey

“Whining is not only graceless, but can be dangerous. It can alert a brute that a victim is in the neighborhood.” – Maya Angelou

“Whining is not only unbecoming, but it is also unproductive.” – John C. Maxwell

“Whining is just another form of complaining, and it resolves nothing.” – Tony Robbins

“Complaining and whining about your problems won’t solve them. Take action instead.” – Anonymous

“Whining is draining. Put your energy into finding solutions.” – Karen Salmansohn

“Whining about the past won’t change it. Focus on the present and create a better future.” – Unknown

“Whining is a sign of weakness. Overcome it and embrace strength.” – Brian Tracy

“Stop whining and start winning.” – Zig Ziglar

“Whining is like a rocking chair; it gives you something to do, but it doesn’t get you anywhere.” – Van Wilder

“Whining is like a flat tire; you won’t get anywhere until you change it.” – Robin Sharma

“Quit whining, start shining.” – Anonymous

“Whining is a waste of time; focus on what you can change.” – Unknown

“Whining is like pouring acid on your own soul.” – Suzy Kassem

“Stop whining and start grinding.” – Grant Cardone

“Whining won’t make the storm pass, it only prolongs the rain.” – Anonymous

“Whining about what you don’t have is a distraction from appreciating what you do have.” – Unknown

“Whining is a sign of surrender. Rise above and take control.” – Les Brown

“Whining is a habit, break it with gratitude.” – Unknown

“Whining is a choice. Choose to be resilient instead.” – Mel Robbins

“Whining is a waste of breath. Use that breath for something productive.” – Tony Gaskins

“Whining is for losers. Winners find solutions.” – J.R. Rim

“Whining is contagious. Surround yourself with positive people instead.” – Unknown

“Whining is a sign of entitlement. Take responsibility for your own happiness.” – Steve Maraboli

“Whining is a self-imposed roadblock. Remove it and move forward.” – Unknown