They believe in universal injustice, but only for themselves.
A downer can endlessly talk about their troubles. If someone else talks to them about their life in a conversation, they will instantly learn that their problems don’t mean anything. This kind of reverse egocentrism, a desire to redraw attention to themselves and the depreciation of other people’s difficulties, pushes other people away. The lame-duck themselves makes their bad luck worse by wasting time on being offended by life.
They skip breakfast and have the wrong drinks.
Experts have found out that the most productive day is spent by those who manage to do important things in the morning and who can maintain their concentration for a long time. It’s not difficult to do. For example, don’t refuse to eat breakfast. The first meal will provide you with energy and improve your short-term memory.
Here is another piece of advice from scientists: drink a glass of water with lemon juice, instead of your morning coffee, 30 minutes before you eat breakfast. Just squeeze a small piece of lemon into water. Citrus gives a boost of vitamins that will help you stay focused on results during the day.