Your ridiculous excuses for everything in your life are literally killing your success. You have a goal, but you may not be achieving it.
Your excuses are what you use to justify your lack of success.
So let me spell it out for you:
You are the reason you’ve not achieved your goals or the level of success you want. It’s your fault: no one else’s. It’s all bloody you!
Stop blaming and start hustling!
Stop delaying and start on your dream right now!
Stop the need for instant gratification and short-term pleasure and start playing the long game!
2. SELF DOUBT:
Self-doubt can be a troubling and persuasive voice that holds you back.
It holds you back from seizing your opportunities.
It makes getting started or finishing things harder than they need to be.
“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.”
3. FEAR OF FAILURE:
Fear of failure is a significant obstacle that stands between you and your goals. But it doesn’t have to be.
Fear of failure is the intense worry you experience when you imagine all the horrible things that could happen if you failed to achieve a goal. The intense worry increases the odds of holding back or giving up. Being successful relies to a large extent on your ability to leverage fear.
4. NEGATIVE PEOPLE IN YOUR CIRCLE:
“Everybody isn’t your friend. Just because they hang around you and laugh with you doesn’t mean they’re for you. Just because they say they got got your back, doesn’t mean they won’t stab you in it. People pretend well. Jealousy sometimes doesn’t live far. So know your circle. At the end of the day real situations expose fake people so pay attention.”
The only way to move forward in life is to leave your negative friends behind.
5. NEGATIVE THINKING:
Negative thinking contributes to anxiety in social and performance situations. Most
therapies for social anxiety involve an aspect dedicated to changing negative thinking
styles into more helpful and positive ways of looking at situations.
The key to changing your negative thoughts is to understand how you think now (and the problems that result) and then use strategies to change thoughts or make them have less effect.
6. NEGATIVE SELF TALKS:
Negative self-talk is something that most of us experience from time to time, and it comes
in many forms. It also creates significant stress, not only to us but to those around us if
we’re not careful. Here’s what you need to know about negative self-talk and its effects
on your body, your mind, your life, and your loved ones.
Take a negative thought and change it to something encouraging that’s also accurate. Repeat until you find yourself needing to do it less and less often. This works well with most bad habits: replacing unhealthy food with healthy food, for example, and it’s a great way to develop a more positive way of thinking about yourself and about life.
“Each mistake teaches you something new about yourself. There is no failure, remember, except in no longer trying. It is the courage to continue that counts.”
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