Want To Be Successful? Break These Ten Bad Habits
When you get clear on your objectives, you will see that you have significantly more control over your predetermination than any other individual has. Your CEO and your present supervisor have almost no power over your vocation on the grounds that if their objectives for you don’t coordinate your own objectives you can without much of a stretch change occupations.
The way to progress is not to walk along toward self-assertive objectives, but rather to take in more and more about yourself and other individuals and to coordinate that learning into your life choices.
A large portion of us impedes our own particular achievement. We stick to old, negative behavior patterns that we learned as children however that has never served us – and never will.
Here are ten bad habits to break in order to achieve the success you deserve:
- The habit of spending all your time and energy on your To Do list and none of it envisioning the life and career you want.
- The habit of believing other people when they tell you “You can’t be what you want to be!” or “You can’t do that if you don’t have the talent or experience for it.”
- The habit of keeping your mouth shut when you really want to speak — because you’re afraid someone else might not like what you have to say.
- The habit of choosing the “safe” course of action over the courageous, righteous one.
- The habit of doing a lot of things passably — versus doing a few things really, really well.
- The habit of avoiding big changes because making changes can feel uncomfortable or scary.
- The habit of falling asleep on your job and losing touch with the outside world, yourself, and your dreams.
- The habit of judging yourself and others.
- The habit of failing to set boundaries — with your boss, your co-workers, your clients, your family and your friends.
- The habit of putting other people first and putting yourself last.
If you believe that your success will bring good things to the world as I’m sure it will, then you deserve at least as much of your time, attention and care as anybody else does.