These habits include setting goals, focusing on the present, learning from failure, developing positive relationships, staying organized, managing your time effectively, taking risks, remaining open to change, and maintaining good health. The list to the right is very similar to what I have mentioned here, with some subtle differences. Together, these habits will help you to build a successful and fulfilling life. It's important to remember that success is not a linear path but a journey that requires you to continually adjust and improve. It's also essential to be kind to yourself and practice self-compassion along the way.
Removing toxic friends:
I want to touch on this topic. Toxic friends can be difficult to remove from your life, but it is critical for your mental health. Taking the time to reflect on relationships in your life can help you identify which ones are toxic and need to be removed. Setting boundaries and making it clear that you won't tolerate certain behaviors can help ensure that you can maintain healthy relationships. Some of you may think about toxic family members you wish you could remove. We cannot choose our families. You can set boundaries and remove yourself from situations that do not align with your energy.
Losing the Ego:
Everyone has an ego but when it gets in the way of success, that is it can be damaging. Striving to remain humble and open-minded can help you stay focused on your goals and can help you build better relationships. A strong ego can also be detrimental to team collaborations and can create a sense of superiority that can be counterproductive.
What are some things you practice to build success? Have you been consistent? Let's keep this conversation going.