Ever get a FLASH . . . of insight? Sometimes you find a bit of wisdom that’s so ‘spot on’ that you swear someone had to be watching your life and how it was going (or, not going!) just before they gave you a FLASH of wisdom that you couldn’t deny and you needed to remember.
Here’s a list I feel meets that standard. “21 Ways To Self-Sabotage”. Enjoy . . . reflect on it and act accordingly.
- Fear of failure
- Fear of taking risks
- Fear of making mistakes
- Inability to listen to instructions carefully
- Inability to plan ahead
- Inability to say “no” to others
- Inability to consider the consequences of our actions
- Inability to think carefully before making decisions
- Inability to think critically or practically
- Inability to think flexibly about problems
- Inability to admit mistakes or errors
- Worrying constantly
- Having unrealistic expectations
- Critically judging self or others
- Constantly comparing self to others
- Always complaining about people, life, circumstances or perceived bad luck
- Habit of procrastination
- Habit of perfectionism
- Accepting people’s advice without question
- Limiting beliefs, emotions and attitudes
- Limiting thoughts focused on what’s not working or on wishful daydreams
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