Typically, people with substance dependence pay a heavy financial cost, in terms of the money spent on the substance, possible legal fees, and lost wages and job opportunities. They may have lost important years of development and find that they need to start over where they left off. Where do they start? What are the keys to success?
Has your drug dependence caused financial hardship?
Has it interrupted your education or your stalled your career advancement?
What are your life goals?
Do you practice habits that will lead toward the development of your goals? What are they?
Why Broke People Stay Broke, Patrice Washington, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/patrice-c-washington/why-broke-people-stay-bro_b_8711240.html
10 Most Important Things to Prioritize If You Want to be Successful, Lolly Daskal http://www.inc.com/lolly-daskal/10-things-to-care-about-if-you-care-about-success-.html