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Full Responsibility

One of the more helpful habits I've developed is taking responsibility for everything in my life. This is a strong contrast to the average victim / "things happen to me" mentality that a lot of people have.

Basically I assume that anything "bad" that happens in my life is a direct result of actions I took. If I lose money in the stock market I don't think, "Oh man... I'm so unlucky... the stocks went down."

Instead I think, "I bought those stocks and I lost money because of a decision I made."

7 things I have decided to change in 2014

On Feed Your Happy

When 2014 came around, I decided that I was actually going to set a New Years resolution. The only thing that I could come up with, that I knew I would pursue without fail was: To follow my passion and quit doing things that wouldn't make me happy.

As the year has progressed and I have fully committed to my resolution, I have continued tacking on little things here and there, to modify & (in my opinion) improve my resolution.

#1: Recognize my faults & try to change them

By far, one of my biggest faults in the past has been my inability to recognize my faults. Sadly, when you don't acknowledge your own faults, you inevitably do not end up investing the effort into changing them.

2014 has seen a new version of me. The one that sits down and looks at past and present situations as objectively as possible to determine what I genuinely did incorrectly or what I could have done better.

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