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Avoiding self-sabotage

Recognize thoughts like: "there's something wrong with me. I'm not worth it. This isn't worth it. Nobody's going to like me. I'm never going to like myself. Why should I even show up?

If you find yourself thinking thoughts like this it's time to write all your thoughts out onto a piece of paper, and schedule a 1:1 coaching session with Ellen.

another form of self-sabotage - is expecting to get a different result with the same actions or inactions.

Journal Prompt: what does this bring up for you?

what emotion do you feel when you think these thoughts?

Are they motivating to help you achieve your goal?

Or are they driving urges, inaction, and other negative consequence things?

I want you to notice these things without self-judgment. We are simply trying to understand how our thoughts are creating our result. so we can have more clarity on what thoughts we want to deliberately think, and which thoughts raise a red flag for us to do some thought work, so we can get out of our own way.


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