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Setting New Year Goals: Quit Bad Habits

December is the time to set new goals for the new year 2018. Make a list of reachable Goals and New Year Resolutions carefully and enthusiastically. Think of welcoming New Year 2018 with an open heart and mind. Be realistic and positive.

In order to get what you want, you need to adjust your lifestyle according to the realities of life. If you want to get something great then you have to make a little more effort and quit those habits that are coming in your own way. You should not blame others for your failures. Your own bad habits are the real culprits.


Breaking Bad Habits: Why It’s So Hard to Change

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If you know something’s bad for you, why can’t you just stop? About 70% of smokers say they would like to quit. Drug and alcohol abusers struggle to give up addictions that hurt their bodies and tear apart families and friendships. And many of us have unhealthy excess weight that we could lose if only we would eat right and exercise more. So why don’t we do it?


Stop Stressing - Getting Away from Should

People like to have a sense of purpose about things. We want to know that we're doing the right thing, and that our activities are going along according to "the plan." In short, we spend a lot of time either saying "I should..." or asking ourselves "what should I..."


Quit Your Bad Habits Now!

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There is no better time than today if you want to quit your bad habits. Don’t wait till tomorrow. Quitting your bad habits is a very tricky business. Either you quit your bad habits in one stroke or keep on living with the devil all your life.


How To Win Great People Skills And Lose Bad Habits

Have you ever noticed that you make the very same mistakes again and again when dealing with people?

I like to refer to this as... the futility of repeating what does not work! And we all fall into this trap to some degree. We become so used to not being able to do something that we think it cannot be done.


4 Commonly Used Methods to Stop Nail Biting

Nail biting is less of a symptom of stress or emotional disorders, and more of a bad habit that has been ingrained into the subconscious over a number of years. As is the case with most bad habits, there are multiple ways to get rid of them, with some methods being more effective than others. Whether or not a particular treatment works for you will depend on a variety of factors, but if you are truly motivated to stop nail biting once and for all you should consider starting with one of the treatments mentioned within this article. Here are 4 commonly used methods to stop nail biting:


New Year’s Agenda for Success: Get Rid of Your Bad Habits

In my previous article, “Your Bad Habits Are Your Worst Enemies” I had pointed out some of the bad habits that block success, affect health, result in financial trouble and hamper promotion at jobs. There is absolutely no doubt that you cannot live a healthy, happy and a successful life unless you change yourself and convert your bad habits into good ones. Don’t blame others for your failures. Your own bad habits are the real culprits.


Your Bad Habits Are Your Worst Enemies

It is a fact that we all have bad habits, whether we admit or not. And it is also a fact that we all have to pay a price for our bad habits, in one way or the other.

I am giving below some of the bad habits that are a big hurdle in the way of your success, prosperity, health and happiness in life.

Bad habits that block success in life

-Getting up late in the morning
-Putting off things till tomorrow
-Wishing for success but not taking any steps to become a successful person
-Lot of planning but no implementation
-Watching too much TV


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