We all develop bad habits that impact our decisions on a daily basis. Whether you are an impulse shopper, binge eater, compulsive liar or you are involved in a relationship that frankly shouldn’t be long term, all our bad habits hold us back from living a more productive lifestyle. Why is that we recognize these habits as not beneficial, yet we continue to allow our bad habits to control our life decisions? Is it that they provide us comfort? Perhaps it is fear of the unknown as to what would happen if we broke these bad habits? Below, you should find words of encouragement to finally break up with these break ups and move forward to success.
Identify your bad habits
At times, I’ve developed a habit where I take far too much time to make a decision, allowing others to view me as indecisive. Many identify me as analytical. It is one of many skills that allowed me to succeed in education and professionally, however, with personal decisions, I tend to overanalyze. I’ve realized that by waiting too long I’ve missed out on amazing opportunities that my hard work has provided me. Later, I come to regret not taking action on those missed opportunities.
Create a strategy to break that habit
Accept that failure will occur and finds ways to get back up and conquer your bad habit.