CEO, Michael Haith weighed in on Inc. Magazine’s 8 Habits to Ditch to be Successful. Check out what he had to say: 

Top CEOs Say These Are the 8 Habits You Need to Ditch If You Want to Be Successful

If you want the fame, big paychecks and respect, cut these mistakes from your repertoire.

None of us is going to win the I’m-Perfect Award any time soon. But we can at least try to prune away some of our faults. To give you a little direction, I asked leading CEOs what bad habits they think are the most critical to ditch.

8. Trying to blend in

“By definition, business owners and entrepreneurs are calculated risk takers. The habit of second-guessing oneself and playing it safe, [thinking] ‘If it is such a good idea, how come everyone else isn’t doing it?’, is a dangerous and frankly destructive habit that eats away at our confidence and self-esteem.

“Do some research, go with your gut. Don’t you dare make a decision by committee and let your freak flag fly!” ~Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness

Habits are tough to break, but no habit is stronger than you are. Commit to change, make a plan and then go after what you want.

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