Your Habits decide your future. “Succesful individuals don’t simply float off to the top. Arriving requires centered activity, individual discipline, and heaps of energy consistently to get things going,” says American creator and business person Jack Canfield. Also, he was unable to be more exact.
In this way, don’t allow old habits to keep you down. Begin constructing these straightforward yet fundamental habits for a more joyful and more useful life:
1. Talk Less, Listen to More and Ask Better Questions
You don’t learn anything by talking.
So shut up and listen more.
Learn to ask better questions. Make other people feel interesting. Seek wisdom from everyone you meet.
You have two ears and one mouth. Use them in the ratio to which they were given to you.
2. F*CK What You ‘Want’… What will You Bleed For?
Everyone ‘wants to be a millionaire, have six-pack abs, enjoy a crazy sex life, and go on amazing adventures.
The fact that you desire these things doesn’t make you special. If anything it makes you normal.
So stop telling me how much you ‘want’ something because no one cares.
Instead, determine how much you are willing to sacrifice to achieve what you want.
You can have, do, and be just about anything you set your mind to.
But you must be willing to pay the price to get it.
3. Success is about more than Money
Some of the most miserable people I know are wealthy beyond the realm of your imagination.
So stop predicting your success and worth on the number of 0’s in your bank account.
Because guess what?
One day, you will die and the money you worked so hard to save will be squandered by your children, stolen by the government, or, at the very least, gone in a few centuries.
A better way to measure your success is in love, happiness, and adventure.
Are you doing cool shit with your life? Do you have people you love and who love you back? Are you happy when you wake up?
If the answer is “Yes” then you are a success.
Regardless of how much money you have in the bank.
4. Have More Fun
The most successful people are the ones who have the most fun.
I respect Richard Branson, not because of his wealth… But because he earned his wealth doing things he loved.
In a similar vein, I actively disrespect many wealthy people because they wasted their entire lives in pursuit of money.
Write down 10 fun things you’ve been wanting to do but put off.
Ok, now go do one of those things tonight.
Boom! More successful already.
Among these 6 Habits this one you need to do every single day.
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