10 Habits You Need to Give up

Posted In Lifestyle - By Evelina On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 With 1 Comment

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Every man wants to be happy, to have a fulfilling life, enjoy love, friendship. And yet there are some people who behave completely miserable with themselves and those around them. With their behavior, the only thing they do is to invite bad things in their lives. Do you want to enjoy beautiful thing and have a prosperous new year? Here are ten habits that you should quit in order to achieve your goal.

1. Give up the fear of running out of money

The times we are living are of an instability rarely seen before. However, the fear that you will lose your job, that you will spend all your savings or that you’ll run out of money does nothing but attract these situations in your life. Instead of focusing on fear, focus on what you have and be thankful for it.

2. Give up boredom

Some people cultivate the feeling that life is predictable, that something in particular is about to happen in the future, thus “drawing” your future in negative, dark colors. No matter who they meet, they complain about their boring life. Instead of complaining, try to find interesting activities you can do in your spare time, activities that may even lead you to meet new people and make new friends.

3. Give up negative attitudes and arguments

When you put negative labels and have negative attitudes towards yourself and towards others, you will see that the people around you will slowly avoid you. No luck, nor prosperity for you. The more you are negative, the more people like you will gather around you and you’ll get into conflicts and quarrels that will make it even more grumpy.

4. Give up negative intentions

There is also the kind of people who feel good doing bad. They swear, insult, humiliate and the pain of people around them does not affect them one bit. Do you actually want to be like these people?

5. Give up your own interests

There are people who do not move a finger if those actions do not bring them anything, any benefit. Everything they do has a specific purpose, well defined, which is related only to themselves and nothing to do with simply offering unconditional help others.

6. Give up the lack of gratitude

People who are grateful are much happier than those who are not. Those who are not grateful only have one motto: Life is pain and then die. Why be grateful?

7. Give up blaming others

Whatever you do, whatever goes wrong in your life, everyone else is to blame, except you. This negative attitude does not let you see where you went wrong and what you can correct to rectify the situation. Take responsibility for your actions and move on, even if you’re wrong. The important thing is to change your attitude and actions.

8. Give up living in the past

Life is lived in the present, not in the past and especially not in the future. When you’re anywhere ales but the present, you cannot enjoy life, you cannot be aware of the opportunities that pass you and so you cannot attract prosperity.

9. Give up criticism

There are people who always have something to say. Nothing suits them, everything is upside down and in their opinion, there’s nothing that deserves a word of praise. Being too busy with criticism, you will not heed the opportunities that can bring prosperity.

10. Give up bad relationships

And we are not just talking about a love relationship, we are talking about all sorts of people who are around you (for some reason), people whom you have nothing to learn from, people who cause you physical and emotional pain. Let’s face it: bad relationships pull you down. It’s like Jack Nicholson said in “As Good as It Gets”: you make me want to be a better man. If you cannot say that to the people in your life, they have to go.

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  1. […] while ago we talked about some habits you need to give up and now it’s time we revisited that with a look at 10 bad habits you need to kick. These habits […]

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