How To Stop Self Sabotage Next Year
Are you looking forward to make some magic happen in the new year? Do you have goals, aspirations, and success that you are determined to meet? It is actually known that most people unintentionally and unconsciously self sabotage though. Today I’m going to share with you how to stop this behavior by learning to live your best life and put an end to self-sabotage.
To eliminate our self-sabotage patterns, we must make a concerted effort to stay conscious and aware of our behaviors and actions at all times. At the same time, it’s helpful to put into action a variety of strategies and tactics that can help us to eradicate these behaviors once and for all. Here’s how you can cease the self sabotage in the new year:
Consistently Learn from Mistakes
Take time at the end of the day to reflect on how you responded to events and circumstances. Learn from these mistakes and experiences by writing down how you will respond differently tomorrow and in the future.
The more you reflect and learn, the better prepared you will be when facing these scenarios at a later time.
Think Bigger and Bolder
Sometimes we get so caught up in our own destructive patterns of behavior that we lose sight of what’s most important. When we have a narrow and tight focus, we fail to see the bigger picture. Given this, it can, therefore, be helpful to take the time to think bigger and bolder. This can help you to expand your understanding and perspective of the situation.
Ask Better Questions
Questions are the keys to the locks that hold our problems in place. By asking ourselves better and more effective questions, we naturally gain a different perspective on our situation. This can likewise help us to become more consciously aware of the self-sabotage patterns that are ruling our lives.
What have I learned from this experience?
What would I do differently given another opportunity?
What could the potential benefits be?
How will changing my response allow me to get what I want faster?
The questions you ask will help expand your choices and options moving forward.
Seek Advice from Other People
It’s important to always ask for help and seek advice from people who have had practical experience dealing with what you’re currently struggling with. They know from personal experience the struggles you’re likely to face along the way. They will, therefore, likely give you practical advice and suggestions that will allow you to move beyond your self-sabotage patterns.
One way in which people sabotage themselves is by denying responsibility for what happens to them and blaming others. External forces–such as other people and circumstances–can be partially responsible for your failure to get what you want.
However, in the end, it’s your choices and your actions that will determine where you end up. Stop playing the victim and take back control of the wheel.
Take More Intelligent Risks
More often than not, those who take more risks have fewer regrets than those who play it safe and struggle with uncertainty. The same is true when it comes to transforming your behavior. You need to take risks, you need to take a chance on yourself, and you need to finally snap out of old unresourceful limiting patterns of behavior that no longer serve you. There’s no better time to make changes than RIGHT NOW! And there’s no one better to start that change than YOU! Don’t delay, start the process of change right away.
Take Time for Self-Reflection
In the end, the people who get ahead in life are the ones who actually take the time to consistently think through their daily choices, decisions, and actions. Successful people learn from what worked or failed to work. They then adjust their course of action by taking a different approach. Only through self-reflection will you gain the necessary insight, perspective, and understanding to begin the process of change and transformation.
Raise Your Feelings of Self-Worth.
The higher your self-worth, the more you’ll feel that you deserve to have the things you want. And the more deserving you feel, the less likely it is that you’ll sabotage yourself. The worthier you feel, the more likely it is that you’ll allow yourself to break through your current Deserve Level and achieve more of what you want.
Invest In Your Dream
Stop getting in your own way and take the leap of faith once and for all. Part of taking intelligent risks is to consciously invest your time and effort in yourself in that dream or “fantasy” lifestyle you’ve always desired. That happens to be highly attainable if you allow it. It is up to you to remove the negativity and put forth action. Failure only happens when you decide to hold yourself back from success.
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