The Key to changing habits.

To thine own self be true. How real this saying is and it remanins to be seen how many people will actually take this one to heart and let it guide their actions. One thing we’ve got to get straight up front is that we’ve got to start with our own house and our own porch when it comes to getting things straight. Many times if you’re not soberly aware you can find yourself looking through the window at someone else’s problems and hang-ups only to forget that there are many issues everyday that need to be tended to by your own hands, for your own life. Time is precious, yet we all get some to do and become the best we can.Wasted opportunities spent complaining and murmuring earn you absolutely nothing. Try this, I think it will help you keep it all together, (it works for me). Always take the blame for your own misfortune and status. If you did not achieve it or did not accomplish it, it is absoultely positively your fault. The thing is, you can definitely change yourself and change your habits. It causes you to always strive for more and never settle for mediocrity. Give it a shot, and tell me how it works out for you. You’ll find more time left over, and more satisfaction out of the time you spent.

Copyright © 2006 Kenneth Martin, Jr.Practical Personal Development

Practical wisdom, for practical lives, practical words, to practical people, from a practical guy!

1 Response to “The Key to changing habits.”

  1. 1 Maya Martin September 6, 2006 at 7:00 pm

    Very good article I feel like you are really concerned about helping others. I feel encouraged.

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