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8 Habits You Need To Break Immediately


If you’re jonesing to give your life a major upgrade this year—and beyond—setting a few doable goals is the first step. That means nixing bad habits that may be sabotaging your progress in addition to promising to do more stuff that’s good for your health. Out with the old, in with the new, right? In that vein, here are 7 harmful habits you should break from.



1. Hanging Out With Naysayers

We all know these people — people who play devil’s advocate to every idea you have and every goal you want to pursue. We are already our greatest self-critics, so it doesn’t help when there’s someone beside us, ever ready to pounce on what we say and tear it down.
Hang out less with these naysayers and spend more time with supportive people who share constructive feedback instead. You will be much happier this way.


2. Stop Waiting For Your Situation To Change.

Being stuck in a rut can lead to a vicious cycle. You feel down, so you don’t do anything to change your situation, which makes you feel even worse. Once you get into this cycle, all the components of your life begin to weigh each other down.
If you’re feeling trapped, focus on just one thing you can work on today. Before you can run, you need to walk. Improve one small component of your life first.


3. Skipping Breakfast

When you’re in a rush to get out the door in the morning, eating breakfast might be your last priority. However, eating a healthy breakfast benefits your body in many ways – and a cup of coffee simply doesn’t cut it! Making time for a nutritious breakfast every morning will help keep your weight in check, prevent you from over-eating at lunch, improve your metabolism, and keep you energized and productive throughout the day.


4. Overspending And Exceeding Your Budget

Are you always broke. Feel like your bills keep growing and growing. Credit cards out of control? Does your debt feel like a mountain on your chest?
If any of those sound familiar you might have a spending problem, and either need to earn more or spend less. The steps to spending less are not that difficult, but few people take the time or effort to follow them.


5. Comparing Yourself With Others

There are endless reasons why we should stop wasting time comparing ourselves with others. The simplest is: it’ll never end. No matter how successful, how happy, or how intelligent we become, there will always be someone that will have or be more. It’s no better than a rabbit chasing after a carrot that can never be caught.


6. Being Late

Not only is being late being rude to others, it also means that you’re always rushing from one place to another, playing catch up in your agenda, and having to apologize to every person you meet. Stop being late and not being punctual, but practice being early instead. Target to arrive 15 minutes earlier before any appointment and bring along something to do in those 15 minutes (or longer if the other person turns out to be late). Then you can stop playing catch up and stay ahead in life.


7. Saying “Yes” To Everything

There’s no sense in being a “yes man.” Realistically, you can’t attend every meeting, volunteer for every extra shift, and take on every project – so, stop expecting.

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