Six Things to Quit Doing in order to be Successful
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What are some bad habits that prevent people from achieving success?
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Would it be a good idea to quit doing these things?
Why do some people keep bad habits?
How easy is it to quit bad habits?
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Knowing when to quit is a skill that can be learned. If you tend to get stuck on things long after it’s obvious that what you’re doing isn’t working, you can train yourself to do better. You just need to practice quitting. Thankfully, life provides plenty of opportunities to do this. Here are some things we should all quit doing.
Quit doubting yourself
Quit putting things off
Quit thinking you have no choice
Quit doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
Quit thinking everything is going to work out on its own.
Quit saying “yes.”
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Source: LinkedIn Pulse
Author: Dr. Travis Bradberry
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Do you agree with the six points for quitting bad habits?
Do you think these tips might be helpful in overcoming bad habits.
Why or why not?
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Are there any bad habits that you would like to quit?
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|plug(ging) away at|
|put(ting) things off|
|slough (ing) off|
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|walk(ing) all over you|