So we compiled a list of the most unhealthiest habits that are keeping you from cryptos. Your parents couldn’t have know, or could they?
1. We are reluctant to change
No matter how great you think you, you have debated change once in ever perhaps. The most wild, eccentric, crazy and experimental people resist change. This unease around crypto for some it purely because people know change is around the corner, this means learning new things and getting accustomed to new lifestyles.
2. Our opinions are our decisions
We internalize values, choices and ideas so intensely that when new ideas come around, we give them zero credit in being awesome. Whatever mindset we begin with, we like to stick to it. Leaving no room for evolution and growth.
3. We dislike experimentation
This is more than trying out new ice cream flavors and wearing different colors. It is about diving into the unknown. We reject cryptos because we wanto test the waters first. We want others to quickly dive and tell us how their experience went. We want to touch it before we eat it, we like to hear what critics say before we visit it, we want to watch a video before we feel informed enough. Good. Very good. Only when done in moderation. When it becomes an excuse not to do things, things like buy crypto and get a loaded wallet, then we got a real problem.
4. We try to win the argument before we argue it
Yes, we all have been there. If I tell you crypto is great, chances are you will have a hundred refutations in your head, but, even before you begin challenging my ideas you will treat the argument as if, you have already won it. You will feel as if you know it all, but, no questions welcomed.
5. We like instant results
We like the sound of quick, fast and instant things. Like the toaster that pings when done, the kettle that stops shaking when ready, the doorbell that rings when you are waiting for somebody. We want it all fast. But, more than that we want results. Results come in by their due time, we can not rush it. The need to do so is called impatience. It is impatience that has kept so many away from cryptos.
6. It is hard to let go
‘In 2013, that one kid lost £200..’ That or something similar is usually the first premise of the argument that the opposing crypto folks throw at you. We understand facts are important. But, if a single fact has helped you build up your value system, then help you karma! You are in a mess. Let go, child. Don’t drag such a heavy baggage around like yo mama. Alright apologies, we are really emotional right now, yo! Be safe.
Come to think of it, we can learn from ants, paintings, air and really, anything at all. Inspiration is everywhere. But, what these cryptos are teaching us, can not be ignored. No time for ignorance, eh?