There’s a sneaky someone always trying to sabotage your business. This infiltrator leaves clues, and yet they’re mostly invisible. Sometimes you can hear him. Other times she’s sly as a fox, and invisibly leaves a mess for you to deal with.
Perhaps they make you rush… all… the… time, or get you stuck in perfection paralysis.
Maybe it’s that Little Voice that says you have no right to do the work you do, or convinces you to NOT charge enough for what you’re doing.
In the end, you look down at the catastrophic mess and ask, “How did I let this happen again?”
A Closer Look At This Intruder
You don’t have to look far to catch this slippery sneak, and yet… the first step is to admit to yourself that it’s YOU.
Self sabotage can show up in many aspects of your life and business. For example, let’s suppose this… you know inconsistency can wreak havoc on your future results, and you accept most people know consistency is key when you’re running a business.
Now — here’s what happens. You miss one broadcast email, social media post, YouTube video, or podcast, and your Little Voice goes to town beating you up over it.
That sneaky voice might tell you, “You can’t do it,” or “You’re a failure.”
Then you drop it, because you rationalize that it’s useless to continue. Your rationalization? You won’t get the same results you would have gotten if you stuck to it.
What’s going on here?
You’re equating inconsistency with failure, and you’re sabotaging the results you could have got.
The good news is… You don’t have to live this way.
The secret is to pick yourself up when you’re inconsistent and accept it without letting it define your life and business.
You don’t have to be ashamed when you don’t show up perfectly. No one is perfect. I’m not, you’re not, and your business peers and competitors aren’t, either.
How to Stop the Sabotage
One of the main reasons people sabotage themselves is because they don’t know what they want. Another reason you might self-sabotage is because, even if you’ve achieved your goal, you might not be comfortable with whatever it is.
The process of eliminating that self sabotage only involves 8 questions. You can handle that.
The questions you must ask yourself are:
- What is it that you really want? Whether it’s wealth, love, success, or something completely different, figure out what you want to achieve.
- How would you personally describe what you want? This is what your personal goal looks like to YOU. How would you define it within the parameters of your own life?
- If you achieved your goal, what problem might it create? Sometimes, what sabotages us is the fear of what comes next, and that fear can be completely unconscious. When you ask this question, you’re forced to think about it consciously.
- How could I handle that problem? Coming up with solutions can help you feel more secure, and secure people don’t sabotage themselves.
- What would be the results of handling that problem? When you realize that you can handle the problem, and that the results of achieving your goal can create positive change in your life, you’re less likely to sabotage and more likely to work towards the goal unimpeded.
- Have I ever done this before? If the answer is yes, give yourself an example of when. If the answer is no, move onto question 7.
- Do I know anyone who has done this? Describe what it was like for them. Maybe you yourself haven’t completed a goal like the one you’re shooting towards, but someone in your life has. Use their experience as a springboard, a way to lay the foundation so you know what you can expect.
- Could I do all of this? Ask yourself if you could set a goal and solve the problems, would the results be possible? If the answer is yes, you’re good to go. Go get what you want, and enjoy it.
This process is your secret weapon. Very few people know how to manage the Little Voice inside their brain, and using this process can help you master it.
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