3 Costly Things You’re Doing Way Too Much

By | 2019-03-18T12:36:59+00:00 March 18th, 2019|

Every day, Insider, you are literally pouring your hard-earned cash into the ocean.

Unless you awaken to the fact that you are doing these three costly things, they are going to cost you.


So be sure to pay close attention to the advice I will give you in my video today, but most importantly, take action on removing these costly habits.


Just knowing about them won’t help—you need to actively work on removing them and going forward in your career.


I have three tips to help you cut out these costly habits from your life.


Firstly, how do you move through your life? Do you love to be busy and active, filling your day with tasks? Or do you prefer a more streamlined approach to your days?


The type of routine and habits you follow can have a great impact on your life, so tip number one will make this clearer for you.


And are you a starter or a finisher with your projects? Do you have a lot of projects going on, or do you focus on doing one at a time? My advice on this point will make a difference to your productivity.


Do you look forward to ‘one day’ when you will have achieved all you set out to do and because of this, you will be super happy and fulfilled? Pay attention to what I say about feelings because it is important to get into the right mindset.


Move forward strongly, Insider, and make sure you get rid of these three costly things you’re doing way too much of.

I hope you found today’s video helpful—if you have, be sure to click the like button and comment below.


What’s the one thing, out of the three I talked about today, that you’re going to ensure you removed this week?


Let me know and I’ll be sure to get back to you.


Share this video, Insider, with a friend or loved one, because I truly believe life’s about paying it forwards.


I believe it’s about contributing and giving and serving, and that’s why I provide these videos to you.


So I’d really appreciate if you could share this video with a friend or loved one. Just one friend or loved one who could truly benefit from it.


Thank you, and as always follow your heart, my friend and take action and let’s go transform people’s lives together.


About the Author:

Tim Han is a world-renowned high performance coach, online marketing expert, entrepreneur and international speaker. He is the founder of Success Insider, the fastest growing personal development YouTube channel across the globe in 2016.

One Comment

  1. Mark March 21, 2019 at 7:20 pm - Reply

    Thanks Tim.
    Gratefulness, yes! The exact opposite of the main things I see that draws failure and misery like a magnetic pull. The unstable characters around us that lack faith and vision and refuse to do anything selfless and who’s only greatness seems based in bringing others down (and mainly themselves, sadly in my eyes). Following the heart isn’t something I would ascribe to myself, yet I understand what it’s implying. It’s the genuine pursuit of greatness and excellence not only in ourselves but others. Why? we have that certain compassion not only on ourselves but on others and we respect, draw from, and admire those that have diligently overcome certain elements to leave behind great stand alone things other’s may have thought inconceivable for them previously.

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