12 Signs of Self-Sabotage

12 Signs of Self-Sabotage

Self-Sabotage – Are you doing it?

What is self-sabotage?
 
If, you get close to your goals, or even achieve them, and then undo them.
 
Or, perhaps, you suddenly lose motivation, interest, or action.
 
Or take other action that isn’t helpful. Despite it being an important goal, or change, for you.
 
It might be that you are self-sabotaging, or shooting yourself in the foot, as the saying goes.
 
Here are 12 signs that Self-Sabotage could be getting in the way of achieving your goals.
 
Once you are aware of them, it makes it easier to work through them. Stopping them from getting in in your way.
Self-Sabotage List
Self-Sabotage List
 
I suspect a few will be familiar. Are there any that stand out to you?
 
Simona
 
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About Simona Hamblet

Simona works with partners, law firm owners, solicitors, who want to fall back in love with growing their firms again. Helping them take back control of their time, deal with team difficulties, complete business projects that keep being interrupted or being put off, feel energised about the decisions they are now making, & tackle other situations, that can get in the way of feeling excited about work & the future of growing their firms. In addition to high-end professional coaching & training. Simona has over 20 years of experience as an employment solicitor & partner in a multi-office law firm (focusing on staff development & business growth).

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