Finding Your Feet

EP #104 - Steps To Identifying Your Self Sabotaging Behaviour & Creating The New You

November 17, 2021 Episode 104
Finding Your Feet
EP #104 - Steps To Identifying Your Self Sabotaging Behaviour & Creating The New You
Show Notes

Join Grace & Abby in this episode as they discuss everything to do with self sabotage, what is it, why do we do it and most importantly, how to overcome it.

We often think other people, circumstances & events are standing in our way of creating the life we truly want and stop us from being the person we want to be. But thats not the case. Sure, they may be a hinderance along the way, but no one and no thing has the power to truly stop you from being the best you - it's time to get out of your own way and claim whats yours.

Grace & Abby guide you through steps of self awareness to identifying where you are self sabotaging your growth in life and give tips on how to stop engaging in toxic, self destructing behaviour.

We all self sabotage everyday on some level and awareness is key to nip it in the bud. In this episode you are guaranteed to learn something that is going to help you become the best you.

Quote of the week
"Getting your sh*t together requires a level of honesty you can't even imagine. There is nothing easy about realising you're the one that's been holding you back this whole time... that your lack of discipline is the answer to some of those 'why not me' questions you ask."

Books mentioned
A Return To Love by Marianne Williamson

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