Sometimes, before you can START something, you have to STOP something else first, that might otherwise hinder you. This is the season where many people use the newness of the year to make promises, resolutions, commitments and good habits.
The article details 30 things that will force you to thoroughly look within and take inventory of what’s good for you and what you need to STOP doing. The steps are practical and common sense, but as Voltaire, a French philosopher once said, “Common sense is not so common.”
From lying to yourself to holding onto the past to worrying too much, this article tells you to stop. I challenge you to read the article, print it out, put it somewhere visible to remind yourself daily to STOP. So, then you can START.