Unlearn these habits for a better you. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing five habits you need to unlearn for a better you. Unlearning is the new learning in the journey of having a blissful quality of life. People say learning a new good habit can be cumbersome, but have you ever tried to unlearn a bad habit? It is much harder to unlearn a bad habit. We, as humans, catch up on bad habits very quickly and let them settle just as our second nature. One should unlearn some habits to grow and stimulate better life decisions.
Unlearn These Habits For A Better You
Fear Of Change
You don’t have to be happy about everything that happens in your life. However, it would help if you did not let your fear stop you.
We are all aware that things could be much worse at any time in our lives. Also, you are reading this article right now proves that you are some of the world’s wealthier and more privileged individuals.
Life is changing quicker than ever, and we may face new daily problems. As a result, the most capable of adapting individuals will always win in the long run. It’s much more complicated than it sounds, but it’s probably one of the most underappreciated words of advice.
Even if changes are uncertain, they almost always have a positive aspect.
Be brave, focus on the positive aspects, and try new things.
No matter what your age is, you will always end up procrastinating! We procrastinate because we subconsciously believe the task ahead of us is too difficult.
So, next time you’re in this scenario, remember to break down your activity into smaller, more manageable chunks.
Delaying something inevitable in your schedule is never beneficial; it only makes the timetable more congested and leaves you with more significant stress than you already had. Therefore, always aim to complete your tasks on time and stop procrastinating to let go of the habit of procrastination.
Comparing yourself to others is not only disrespectful of your capabilities but also a total disregard for others’ status.
Being jealous of others’ achievements without knowing what they have been through in their actual life is never justified nor advised.
Never compare yourself with others. Always compete with yourself and beat YOUR previous best.
Being Afraid to Make Mistakes
Isn’t making mistakes just an aspect of our human nature? Everyone makes mistakes, but very few people accept them and rectify them.
Following the notion that hard work will always lead to success is one of the biggest mistakes people make.
Try to embrace your mistakes, and it’s okay to make them. Never go too hard on yourself for making mistakes; instead, try to learn from them.
Obsessions with Other People’s Opinions
How often do you feel discouraged because of the opinions of others? The chances are that your answer is too often. The scary part is that you will never be able to appease everyone. The good news is that it makes no difference. You only have one life, so don’t bother wasting it by trying to live up to the expectations of others. You can’t be everyone’s favourite, but you can be your hero and save yourself.
Stop suppressing your inner voice to please others, and start shining your light on the world.
Start unlearning bad habits and learning ways to improve your quality of life.
Regardless of your definition of quality of life, enjoy every moment and reap the utmost benefits from every day you live.
I hope you enjoyed that.
khoingn | The Broad Life
I’m so sure that these bad habits are the main barriers for our development. Thanks for sharing an informative post that helps many people!
Prior to leaving my job this year and going to another one, I had this all to a T. Then I had a bad experience at my new job, left and I’m back in the other job and my confidence is on the floor. I’m anxious all the time about everything and I have no clue how to get back there again. I just don’t feel secure in any job, or any where, right now.
YES! I still need to work on the procrastination thing- specifically with putting away clothes! When it comes to work I’m team get it done ASAP- but cleaning the ultimate procrastinator!
thank you for sharing great tips that very helpful not just for me but for others as well. so I will be sharing this.
Great tips. Thinking in terms of what habits to build and what habits to break is so important.
PROCRASTINATION! I keep saying I’m going to work on that – just haven’t gotten around to it yet… This is definitely my nemesis!
It’s not good to be obsessed with other people’s opinions. I felt the fear of change before which made me doubt but luckily I overcome it.
Rose Ann Sales
These are all things that must change or unlearned. I’m gonna share this with others too!
Comparison is the most difficult here to unlearn. It has been ingrained in us and social media is not making it easier either.
Procrastination is the killer of pretty much everything we want to accomplish. That’s the BIGGEST one to change and change immediately.