We all have good habits and bad habits. You should stop habits that drag you down from the success ladder.Some people have the good habit of reading or writing before sleep. That is excellent. Click To Tweet
Some people have the bad habit of biting nails, pick nose, procrastinating, fidgeting with hairs even while talking with others.
“Bad habits are like chains that are too light to feel until they are too heavy to carry.” Warren Buffet
You can make a list of your good and bad habits and try to stop the bad habits for success in life.
“We need to make sure we’re all working together to change mindsets, to change attitudes, and to fight against the bad habits that we have as a society.” Justin Trudeau
Success Ladder – Simple hacks
- Never feel pity yourself.
- Don’t be a habitual scrimper
- Avoid low-income syndrome
- Kick the fear out of your mind
- Spend your money wisely
- Do what you love
- Avoid isolation.
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“It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them.” Benjamin Franklin
7 habits that drag you down from the success ladder
In this video, you have learned 7 habits that can drag you down.
These are some of the habits that will drag you down from the success ladder. Make sure you give up all the bad habits. Stop scrimping, stop pitying over yourself.
“Not managing your time and making excuses are two bad habits. Don’t put them both together by claiming you ‘don’t have the time’.” Bo Bennett
How to break bad habits in 7 simple steps – Infographic
Below Infographic explains how to learn new positive behavior, which will help to succeed in personal life and work career.
“First we form habits; then they form us. Conquer your bad habits or they will conquer you.” Robert Gilbert
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