Habits to Give Up if You Want to Be Successful

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Habits to give up for success. Drinking coffee is a nice day starter

Give up

Have you ever wonder why it takes a hell of a fight for you to succeed? Sit back and give up. Give up the bad habits that are dragging you down.


You spend your whole life stuck in the labyrinth, thinking about how you’ll escape one day, and how awesome it will be, and imagining that future keeps you going, but you never do it. You just use the future to escape the present.

John Green
Give up toxic people

It is impossible to succeed with negative people around you. They will just drag you down.


Give up living to please others

No matter how you try, you won’t be able to please everyone. Stop following other’s expectations of who you should be. Sit down, take a break, and evaluate what is it that you want.

There will always be people who won’t give approval.

Give up worrying about things out of your control

So much worrying leads to Anxiety which in turn leads to breathing problems, possible ulcer, and heart problems. Accept that there are infinite of things you have no control.

You can never alter people’s actions, but you can change how you react and how they will affect you. Steve Jobs got fired from his own company yet he never gave up.

Give up the emotional rollercoaster

If something great happens, enjoy the moment. Enjoy it while it last. If something terrible happens, know that it will pass.

Give up trying to be perfect

Perfection will put too much pressure on you. You are already good enough. Step up, move on.

Give up waiting for the perfect time

Admit it, waiting for the perfect time won’t help you. It is a trap. You will start inventing excuses why you should not start. The perfect time is now. Make mistakes along the way and keep learning.

Give up waiting for your situation to change

Without any action, there will be no changes in your life. You felt down and depressed so stop doing anything. You hid in your bubble of a comfort zone.

Things won’t change without any form of action.

coderinthebox

The TechnoJunkie of the group who studied engineering but got stuck with software development. Remember kids, 90% of your problems can be solved by marketing. Solving the other 10% just requires good procrastination skills.

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