We all know, in each and everyone of us, we have a certain bad habit that is particularly damaging to others (or maybe to others). We also know that we're capable of stopping them, but often we create reasons that hinders us from ridding ourselves from the bad habits.
Why should you do it in the first place? Well, if you ever want to make a difference, ridding bad habits is a good start, simply what you do, affects everything you've done. I'll give you a simple example - If you're always excuses to run away from responsibilities (no time for this, no money, no energy, no transport, etc.), and then, you happened to do something really great and impressive, you won't be getting the best applause you'd hope to get. The reason is because people had labelled you as an "escape artiste", thus whatever you do thereafter would not reward as much as you'd expected, rather it creates a sense of doubt and suspicion to your efforts - "Did he really do it?", "I'm sure it was a fluke", or even "SO? I've seen others better than him/her, and yet they hadn't gotten the recognition."
What can you do?
Where should you start?
How can you throw away those bad habits of yours?
Written by Marc, there are 30 Things To Stop Doing To Yourself ! I won't list out everything, but I'll pick out some of the things of you which I believe it's the easiest to start off with, and you can do it immediately after you've read this - The path for your transformation!
Stop being afraid to make a mistake - And start cultivate the habit of taking risk! I'm not asking you to buy shares without evaluating the market. But you can be initiative and take the first step into doing something you believe it's worth it. If you like drawing, then doodle or sketch; If you like speaking, then start talking.
Stop being idle - And start acting! Thinking too much about how things will be or not, will not get you anywhere else than where ever you're standing/sitting/lying right now. Once you've...
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