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Character traits that could be holding you back from achieving your goals

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15:45 PM | 21 April 2017
by Layla Lawson
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No matter what your goals are, these common characteristics could be holding you back from achieving your aims.

Whether your goal is running a successful business, landing a dream job, or maybe you’ve set your sights on a non-career related target, there might be parts of your personality holding you back.  Here are a few attributes that we’ve noticed stopping people from achieving their objectives.

Believing in yourself

Having doubts about the future is natural, but allowing the fear of what might or might not happen stop you from going for what you want is a problem. It’s essential that you don’t let a lack of self-belief keep you from pursuing your ambitions. Too often, people let negative thoughts dictate their path.

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