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The morning I read the one you will find below, I had one of those “Ah-hah” experiences because I am very guilty of one of the signs of self-sabotage and wasn’t completely aware of it. Some feelings were trying hard to make this clear to me, but I always just thought this was something I value so I kept on as always.
This will always be something I value, but sometimes other values have to take priority for awhile before the others can go back to their position of more permanent priority.
I suggest that everyone gives this a read and takes the time to consider if anything listed may be going on in their own life, and what temporary or long-term adjustments may be necessary for success.
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|5 Self-Limiting Beliefs That Will Kill Any Dream You Have…Here are some signs that you’re secretly self-sabotaging your success:- You fail over and over again in a certain area (i.e. weight, exercise, love, success, etc.).
– You always get close to the goal but don’t ever achieve it. “Always the bridesmaid and never a bride.”
– As you get close to the goal, a fatal flaw creates a negative outcome. (a character issue or behavior such as alcoholism, depression, perfectionism).
– You reach the goal and then lose all interest in keeping it.
– You feel uncomfortable, anxious, or worried about a recent success. You can’t enjoy it. Comfort returns when you give it away.
– You secretly hold the belief: “I don’t deserve it.”
– You are a Rescuer and give up yourself to help others, thereby never reaching your own goals.
And here are five (and there are more) self-limiting beliefs that create the self-sabotage:
1. I’m too old (or I’m too young)
I’ve had every one of those self-limiting beliefs and they’re the reasons why my family and I were evicted from our home and qualified below the U.S. Poverty level in 1997.
I knew that if I didn’t change them that I would live a life of mediocrity and regrets.
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Vic and Lisa Johnson
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