Issue 188 – Top 3 Habits of People Who Fail

Top 3 Destructive Habits of People Who Continue To Fail At Everything They Do

By Dr. Robert Anthony

WARNING! If you want to have a fantastic life, NEVER engage yourself in these 3 destructive habits.

Destructive Habit # 1 – They Think, Say, & Do Negative Things.

People who continue to fail at everything they do see problems in every opportunity. They complain that the sun is too hot. They cursed the rain for ruining their plans for the day. They blame the wind for ruining their hair.

They think that everyone is against them. They see the problems but never the solutions. Every little bit of difficulty is exaggerated to the point of tragedy. They regard failures as catastrophes. They become discouraged easily instead of learning from their mistakes. They never seem to move forward because they’re always afraid to come out of their comfort zones.

Destructive Habit #2 – They Act Before They Think.

They move based on impulse. They desire immediate gratification in every situation. If they see something they like, they buy it without any second thought. Then they see something better. They regret and curse for not able to take advantage of the bargain.

They get into relationships on a whim that ends in disaster. They don’t think about the future and they don’t think about the consequences.

Destructive Habit #3 – They Talk Much More Than They Listen.

They want to be the star of the show. They always engage in conversation and make statements that make them seem important, even to the point of lying. Oftentimes they are not aware that what they’re saying makes no sense.

When other people advise them, they close their ears because they would rather die than admit their mistakes. In their mind they’re always right. They reject suggestions or help from others because it makes them feel inferior.

Keep Reading for a special tip on how to free yourself from these behaviors…

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“Dear Kristen, thank you so much for your wise words and enjoyable presentations! Perfect timing for me and important reminder!
Much Love and Gratitude!” – Rosires S.

Quick Tip

As you notice destructive habits show up in your own life, I caution you to resist the temptation to judge yourself. Judgment ONLY keeps you stuck.

Instead, embrace this truth…

“Awareness begins the shift”

Once you are aware of a habit or way of acting that is limiting you, AND you recognize it without judgment, THEN you will notice the most amazing thing happen – your awareness of it will begin your shifting out of it automatically.

In your ‘judgment free’ awareness, you will be struck with intuition about new inspired action to take and the shift will already be occurring.

Always remember, notice it, let go your judgment and then let awareness begin your shift!

24 Responses to “Issue 188 – Top 3 Habits of People Who Fail”

  1. Heather says:

    Hi Kristen, Sometimes we just need someone to burst the bubble that envelops us. You are that someone. Your sincere words of wisdom always comes at a time when its most needed. Thank you! Heather G

  2. Rose Malapitan says:

    Good day!!

    How can I focus myself in achieving wealth and get out of my current financial situation.



    • Kristen says:

      Hi Rose!

      It is all about raising your vibration – which means as long as you are focused in the lack that seems to be around you, your vibration stays low and you get more lack. What if you began to look for proof of abundance around you (even if it is in someone else’s life) and then when you see it celebrate? That alone will get you into vibrational harmony with abundance!!! Become an abundance proof detective for the next 30 days – celebrate, celebrate, celebrate and watch how your life shifts!

  3. Richard says:

    Thanks for the warning! It is not often I notice myself falling into any of these destructive habits and now when I do, I will be sure to take your advice and ‘let go my judgement!’

    I love the way wisdom sneaks up on you and makes you pay attention! I have already eaten two pieces of fruit today so something must be happening somewhere out there!

  4. William Wayehi says:

    Hi,is with a great pleasure to express myself to you.I have a great money flow business idea
    and vision.I know the formula.But I don’t know where to start.I need a business partner.
    I deal with Automobile,Cars,spare parts.e.t.c…..
    Have a happy day.Thanks.

  5. Shirley says:

    I am trying to change my thinking process, and can use help thinking positive thoughts. Do you have a good meditation recording I could use?

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Shirley! The key is to find something that resonates with you – some people like nature recordings, some like music – so this is really a matter of taste when you are looking for recordings to accompany your meditations. If you are looking for things like subliminal recordings etc. then I am happy to make some suggestions – so just let me know!

  6. Beth says:

    Excelent advice. When i was younger I realize now I had those faults, but luckily I learned frm my errors and have changed and become a more positive loving person.

  7. Ahmad says:

    It is always inspiring to read from you. To tell the truth some aspect out of the three destructive habits usually happens to a person at one time or the other, but with the knowliedge we are getting from some of these articles one is able to overcome most of the problems. Thank you for the positive contribution you made in changing my life.

  8. Thomas Wakim says:

    Dear Dr. ANTHONY,
    BECAUSE YOU ASKED ME TO LEAVE A QUICK MESSAGE,I WANT YOUR ADVICE,HOW I can generate some income to continue my life with dignity..
    Thanks in advance,

  9. Maria says:

    I lived with 3 bad habits since I was a teenager. Two of them I’ve conquered, hope I don’t relapse, the smoking and sugar addiction, I suddenly become aware that it was harmful to me and stopped without help. The third is harder as it is to do with self esteem issues!
    Thank you for your reminder, much appreciated.


  10. Erin Schmitz says:

    Thank you very much. Judgment is hard for me. Usually I blame myself. Need to work on that. And overcoming fear of why it would work

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Erin! Judgment and blame keep you stuck – when you realize this you can shift from blame and judgment to looking at what will serve you in the moment. Always ask, what focus will serve me now? That question alone can change everything!

  11. Penny says:

    I am going through a transition and I get stuck doing the same thing at times and then I get mad at myself…I will try this…thank you

  12. Len says:

    Kristen – you are magnificent. Thank you. Thank you for your perspective, generosity and giving in making these Issue Newsletters available to us. From time to time I find that there is a real gem of an insight that resonates with me.

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