Whether you like to admit it or not, you probably have a few bad habits. There's no reason to be ashamed of it. We all have them. Unfortunately, some people don't even know they have a problem and an even greater number of people don't realize the possible outcomes associated with continuing these bad habits. Just how long it might take to erase those bad habits can vary from person to person. Regardless, if you want to succeed at eliminating any of these poor habits, the first step is typically acknowledging your problem. We've compiled a list of six bad habits and some helpful tips and strategies to correct them.
Are you still blaming your procrastination on being a perfectionist? If so, according to a Canadian study, you're not fooling anyone but yourself. The study estimates that as many as 20% of people are guilty of procrastinating and the true reason behind it is a lack of self-confidence. The solution? Willpower. If you want to break the habit bad enough, and you start believing in yourself, researchers say it is possible to make the change. Remember: If you believe it, you can achieve it.