Overcome the Habit of Drifting
Drifting is the most common cause of failure in every walk of life. This world of distraction causes us to drift. In his book Outwitting the Devil, Napolean Hill describes a drifter as a person who has a total lack of major purpose in life, conspicuous by lack of self-confidence. With lack enthusiasm or enthusiasm to begin anything he is not forced to undertake and he will plainly express his weakness by taking the line of least resistance whenever he can do so.
To overcome the habit of drifting – find a purpose. Learn more by watching this video