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Sometimes it seems as if human beings are inherently bad at looking out for themselves. It’s almost as if self-sa...
Sometimes it seems as if human beings are inherently bad at looking out for themselves. It’s almost as if self-sabotage can become a habit.
In this article we present five things that many people regularly do that will never improve their lives in the long term. If you’re guilty of any of them, working to turn things around could mark the start of some truly positive changes.
Benjamin Franklin, described by Goodreads as “a writer, a philosopher, a scientist, a politician, a patriot, a Founding Father, an inventor, and a publisher,” famously said, “Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today.”
In your heart of hearts, you will know if you’re a procrastinator. If you want to achieve as much in your life as did Benjamin Franklin, you’re going to need to stop delaying.
How much time are you spending each day on Facebook and Twitter?
If we’re talking hours, wouldn’t some of that time be better spent educating yourself, meeting friends in the real world, or simply reading books? Deep down, you probably know whether this point applies to you.
Only you can take responsibility for changing your life, so taking an apathetic approach won’t get you very far. If something in your life isn’t right—change it. If you can’t change it right away, take small steps towards your eventual goal.
You needn’t be a genius to know which foods are “bad” foods. By all means treat yourself to burgers and donuts on occasion, but do try to make “fresh and local” your abiding principle. Your body AND mind will thank you for it.
Is a problem heading in your direction? Are you one of those people who dares not look at bills and bank statements?
Problems don’t disappear by themselves; so, if you’re someone with a tendency to take the “ostrich” approach, try to change your ways. Your life will become far less stressful in the long run.