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"Self-sabotage is when we say we want something and then go about making sure it doesn't happen."
Behavior is said to be self-sabotaging when it creates problems and interferes with long-standing goals.
The most common self-sabotaging behaviors are mind chatter; procrastination; busyness; perfectionism; day dreaming; low self esteem; fear.
Self-sabotage is when part of your personality acts in conflict with another part of your personality.
I like this self-sabotage definition because it gets to the core of what’s going on. When you engage in self-sabotaging behaviors, it’s because there’s a conflict in your personality. One side of you wants one thing. The other side of you wants something completely different.
Self-defeating, self-sabotaging behaviors can be serious, like substance abuse, overeating, and even self-injury.
Do you ever wonder what happens your goals and ideals for success, One day you are feeling on top of the world about your life; you call your friends and tell them about all the new projects you will start. You may even talk about all the money that can potentially come your way because of your found belief in yourself. And then all of sudden you change your mind or your position on the situation. You may even decide on a better idea or something that is even more successful a day , a week, a year later. The problem your situation is, you just do not follow through. We are going to deal with a little know enemy of the mind and it is called Self Sabotage.
Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Dr. Samantha Madhosingh, Holistic Success Doctor, as she discusses Self-sabotage. Self-sabotage is rampant everywhere. We all do it to some degree or another and it can keep you stuck, cause you to disrupt relationships, sabotage job promotions, prevent yourself from getting into college or graduating, get yourself fired, or self-destruct with alcohol or drugs. We can be our own worst enemy. We do things either consciously or unconsciously to sabotage ourselves all the time! The bottom line is: If you want to change your life, YOU have to change. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 11am EST/ 10am CST on 7/17 and join the conversation.
If you are not in control of your life – your health, your decisions, your finances, your spirituality, your weight etc, someone else is and that someone is most likely sabotaging you. Charity Maina and Heizal Njuguna will give us tips on how to discern when we are sabotaged and how we can protect ourselves. Listen Live at: 619-393-2852 or http://pinnacleofpraiseshow.com/new/ -listen to both live and archived podcasts. Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura -CEO/Host
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On this episode, host Kelly Galea is talking with Cris Baker to discover his little known secret to improving your life.
Some of what we'll cover:
What self-sabotage really is & why we do it
How to overcome your self sabotage
How to be more effective
The difference between improving your context versus your content
What inner power is & how you can increase yours
Cris Baker has much practice in adversity, he's been screwing things up for years! So he knows how to answer your question: What will improve your current situation? Discover why your actions have resulted in your circumstances, and you'll also know how to make things better.
Never one just accept to someone's beliefs, he knows that life is rational, and authentic knowing along with experience have way more power than just understanding.
The context in which you do what you do is crucial to your success. As Henry Ford famously said, "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right. Either way!"
Published works include: Self-Sabotage? What it is, Why we do it, When we do it, How to Overcome It! and What you Resist, Persists! For more information, see www.LifeStrategies.net/cris.
In Episode #22, Chapman takes on the natural act of regression during transition/transformation. "Self-Sabotage is natural, it steers us in the face like a familiar monster: in thoughts and feelings, thereby resulting in the same old self-destructing results." Chapman will name a few of these natural but deadly forms of self-sabotage helping listeners identify when they are in the naturally-occurring process while transitioning to a higher perspective. 9:00 AM Pacific time. 12:00 Noon Eastern. Grab your friends, family, and associates for this next enlightening episode. You’ll go away encouraged, motivated, and filled with hope.
One of the most frustrating things about the human experience is when you know you should be doing differently AND you know how, but for some reason you don't. You just keep repeating the same old behaviors that get you no where.
Self sabotage is one of the main reasons a client will seek coaching, whether they consciously know it or not. Knowing how to get a client to the other side of self sabotage is a critical skill for a coach.
Today we are going to talk about the Art of Coaching through Self Sabotage. You don't want to miss this one
Some weeks we have three movies that are very similar, this is not one of those weeks. First up is the biblical epic Noah starring Russell Crowe, then onto Ahhnold's return to his wheelhouse as a door busting DEA agent in Sabotage, finally we'll be tackling Jason Bateman's directorial debut with the hilarious Bad Words.
Don't forget the season finale of The Walking Dead is tonight so we'll be sure to get you up to speed!
The controversy surrounding Darren Aronofsky's Noah has led some to write off the Biblical epic, but on this week's Cinema Royale we're going to look at whether the film can be enjoyed by all audiences. Noah stars Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, Jennifer Connolly, and Anthony Hopkins.
Plus, Arnold Schwarzenegger gears up for Sabotage, the cop thriller from the director of End of Watch!
All this plus DVDs, news on Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Star Wars, and more!
My guest on this show was Cris Baker.
Cris Baker specializes in reducing stress.
In 2009, he founded ReduceStressNow.net which implements the lessons applied in Life Strategies to the highly practical subject of reducing stress.
He enjoys public speaking, writing, helping people...
Cris has written numerous srticles as well as 3 books
How to Reduce Stress - without changing anything you do! Self-Sabotage? What it is, Why we do it, When we do it, How to Overcome It! What You Resist, Persists
In this interview I asked him the following key questions:
what is the self-sabotage mechanism? why everyone has a self-sabotage mechanism The secret of success - you know this is choosing what to be rather than what to do The importance of context - what it is and why it's so crucial How to change your life - become more aware Enjpy.