The previous articles of this series outlined common self-sabotaging behaviors and discussed the reasons why even the most level headed, driven, and smart women engage in these from time to time (or frequently).
This final article of the series includes 6 effective tips to help you in the process of increasing your success by decreasing self-sabotaging behaviors.
1. Get Curious.
Instead of just chalking it up to rotten luck or attributing disappointing outcomes to the ‘situation’, be open and get curious about the fact that you ran out of gas and missed the big meeting or dropped your phone in the toilet or forgot the power cord for your uncharged laptop. Be willing to entertain the possibility that YOU (or your innermost concerns about success) are the issue and that this is indeed self-sabotage. Commit to spend some time and energy on discovering why you might be concerned about increasing your success—what the potential negatives might be for you and pay attention to these.
2. Live ‘AS IF’ Instead of ‘WHAT IF’ Read more