How you choose to live your life is more important than the habits you currently maintain.
Professional habits are important for maintaining a successful and productive work life. But it’s essential to be aware of the difference between truly necessary habits and those that may simply be addictions or bad habits. Becoming attached to our negative habits gives us a false sense of comfort as it lets us off the hook. If somebody else succeeds without the habit we think we need, it’s more than likely a want instead of an actual need. For example, you can succeed in your field without dedicating time to social media (not the route I’m taking, but hey, it’s possible!)
By being #mindful of your behaviors, you can avoid falling into negative patterns and instead focus on developing healthy professional habits that will help you succeed. So whether it’s making time for exercise, staying organized, or prioritizing self-care, always remember that your professional success doesn’t depend on your habits — it depends on how you choose to live your life!