Are you self-sabotaging yourself and don’t even realize it? People self-sabotage themselves in a variety of ways. Here are the three most common ones:
- You never start doing the important things that you want and need to do. Instead, you keep doing everything else. In doing so, nothing ever happens and you stay stuck instead of moving forward.
- You keep doing things based on bad experiences that have nothing to do with the present. That’s because your mind keeps comparing now with the past, a past that chances are has nothing do with the present. Because of it, you end up blowing great opportunities – be they in love, friendships or in your career.
- Maybe you’ve found yourself reaching a certain level of success but then began to do things that caused you to lose it all. This particular one is often tied to self worth issues and the fear of success.
If one of these sounded familiar, then it’s time to start questioning why you do or don’t do what needs to be done. Breaking these patterns entails making core changes to your subconscious programming otherwise your mind will automatically want to keep doing the same thing.