Have you ever been in a situation where you’re working towards an important goal, only to fail short because you did something “stupid”? Or you have this important presentation coming up, you know you have to research and prepare, but you have this feeling that there’s no way you’ll do it well, so you don’t invest much time to it. 😰
When the time for the meeting comes, you’re not prepared well, and your boss notices. You then tell to yourself “I knew it!”.
Or maybe, you’re anxious when you’re trying to achieve something important. As such, you feel increasingly frustrated, discouraged and angry and these feelings stop you from performing well and don’t let you do what you need to.
All of these are signs of self-sabotage. Self-sabotage can happen in many situations in life, and causes a negative impact in your mental well-being. Self-sabotage erodes your self-esteem, self-confidence and can impact your relationship with others. With every failed attempt to do the thing you want, you need to “prove” yourself that you can’t or shouldn’t do it. 🙅♀️
Self-sabotaging is really common, and it can be hard to identify if we're doing it! With this new year, let's start working on OUR wellbeing. For that, we need to identify what areas we need to improve and work on.
That's why for this months Freebie I'm sharing with you 2 pages of self-sabotage which includes an explanation page of what Self-sabotaging is plus a mini checklist you can do to see if you are indeed self-sabotaging or not.
Want to learn more about self-sabotage?
You can check the self-sabotage worksheets below (which also includes a quiz!) and contains great resources and practical exercises: