Success: 4 Habits that destroy success

Success no doubt Means different matters to distinctive people. For some people, success is getting to the peak of the career. For others, it is the capability to find the money for whatever they need, while for some others, its capability to grant for their family; but in general, success can be considered as some thing gives you the feeling of accomplishment. Climbing to the top of the success ladder is quite tricky; however, remaining there is extra laborious. Certain habits can preclude you from not just being successful, but also staying successful.

Today we’ll be talking about a few habits that could destroy your chances of success.


This is a very common habit that lots of people fall victim to. Overtime we tend to make lots of decisions based on just emotion and that leads to making wrong decisions. Rather we should focus on making decisions not just based on emotions but also on logic and reason. You must be able to balance those things if you wish to attain success.


According to Robin Shamar “if you are not scared a lot, you are not doing very well”

Risks are very important if you want to go far in life. You need to step out of your comfort zone and take risks. There’s a higher percentage of you attaining success if you take more risks. Even the most successful people in this world are all scared of their next move or if it will be a good one but that has never stopped them from taking that risk.


This is something we see a lot in many people, especially the younger generation who always want to blame others for their mistakes and wrong doings to make themselves feel good or to stroke their ego.

In life Makin bad decisions is unavoidable but blaming others for your mistakes as never made anything right. So instead of blaming people, why not use that time to make up for your mistakes by doing the right thing and stop wasting energy and valuable time playing the blame game.


Pride and arrogance is one of the most common characters that make successful people fall. Being ungrateful and Stepping on those who helped push them up forgetting that they would not have made it that far without the input of atleast one or two people. That’s a very big and common mistake that lots of successful people make. It helps to be grateful to those that were there for you when you had nothing or those who helped you in attaining success.

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Published by Ernest I.

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