In life, a lot of people would have been successful but there are certain habit that are hindering them from hitting their big dream of success and this is most times after the age of 20. Therefore in this article, I'll be sharing with my readers 5 habits to desist from after clocking the age of 20.
1) Unnecessary spending:
A lot of persons have a bad habit of spending unnecessarily and this most times leads to them being broke and this is not a good thing at all. You should only spend money on things that are necessary and planned for.
Procrastination they say, is a thief of time. If you are used to postponing important things you should do, then that means you are letting valuable time slip for your hands and before you realise, you must have lost track of time.
3) Telling everyone your plans:
Like it or not, there are always people who do not wish you well and so, telling everyone your plans may be a really bad idea and habit to stop.
4) Gambling and betting:
This will be a bitter truth to some people but it has to be said that the habit of gambling and betting will only make you poorer. You may say that a lot of people win. Yes, that's true but the chances are usually slim and so it is not advisable.
5) Wishing people bad:
If you have the habit of wishing people bad, it is more likely that you may never succeed because the bad you wish people will always come to you and so you should desist from this habit.
If you agree with me, just leave a comment below. Thank you.
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