Bad Habits

There may be a tendency in our lives to allow what we believe to be harmless habits, manifest into dominating forces if left unattended. For example:

  • Mismanaging money can lead you to the poorhouse.
  • Experimenting with mind-altering substances can create dependency.
  • Telling one lie can lead to more lies to cover up the initial lie.
  • Being consistently late in life can lead to missed opportunities.
  • Having a negative outlook can lead to adverse outcomes.
  • Gossiping can lead to lost relationships.
  • Taking shortcuts in life can cheat you in the long run.
  • Consistent misspellings, punctuation, and grammatical errors in your method of communication can make you appear less intelligent.
  • Laziness can lead to poor health and lack of self-development.
  • Speaking without thinking can lead to compromising situations.
  • Lack of manners can lead to the appearance of ungratefulness.
  • Failure to follow directions can lead to disastrous results.
  • Lack of self-confidence can lead to people taking advantage of you.
  • Resisting change can lead to other implications.

Take inventory of your bad habits and work diligently to improve upon them. What may initially appear harmless can have a tremendous effect on your day to day living.