Today we're talking about 7 Steps to Discovering (and Eliminating) Our Self-Sabotaging Behaviors.
It’s when we create problems for ourself to interfere with our own goals. We ALL do it, so you're not alone.
Maybe you have a goal to be in a committed relationship, but you get into multiple relationships to complicate your personal life, so that you can never truly commit to one person. There’s a reason you do this. You feel like you don’t deserve to be happy or you picked up the belief somewhere during your life that you’re “bad” at relationships and internalized it. When you do this, you cut yourself off from ever being truly happy because no relationship feels fulfilling to you.
Another example of self-sabotage is when you have amazing results in your career or business, then you hit a snag or you’re not moving as fast as you think you should be, so then you become unfocussed or completely give up. Of course when you do either of these things, you’re not going to get stellar results.
I'll walk you step by step today on how to discover your self-sabotaging behaviors and eliminate them.
- Sign up for a free Strategy Session
- The Busy Lawyer's Quick Start Guide to Getting 5 Hours Back Weekly (free PDF training)
- Deborah Adele's book, “Yamas & Niyamas: Yoga's Ethical Practice”
- Gay Hendrick's book, “The Big Leap”