The Thinking Behind The Tweet
You can be habitually worried, angry, and frustrated...many people prove that.
But, how many successful people have you met who make habits of worry, anger, and frustration?
Worry, when held in controlled quantity, can motivate.
Anger has the ability to generate action...mostly destructive, but occasionally productive.
Frustration: the worst of the three; unproductive, inactive, unhealthy.
If you look into a mirror and see a worried, angry, frustrated face, you are peering into the eyes of a person who will never be wealthy.
...on the other hand, you just may find that face smiles at you, laughs, gets into a better mood, and accomplishes something constructive.