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Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors

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Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors

$9.00

Stopping self-defeat may seem easy, but if that were so it wouldn’t sell so many books and courses. It’s symptomatic of a complex variety of internal conflicts between who you are, who you think you are and who you want to be. Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors will show you how to identify and eliminate your self-defeating behaviors.

No doubt, you have heard of the expression “getting in your own way”. It seems like one of those expressions that’s been around forever, but it can be attributed to professional Miami baseball player John Carlton, who said “You’ve gotta find a way to get out of your own way, so you can progress in life.”

It’s a quote that nicely sums up one of modern society’s biggest issues – that of self-defeating behavior.

A self-defeating behavior is not necessarily one that’s full of all the drama that you might expect. Self-sabotage is not limited to extreme acts such as hardcore drug abuse or alcoholism. Instead, it’s a behavior that distracts you from your goals in life or leaves you feeling tired or ashamed. In other words, sometimes we behave in a way that we know will have a negative result for us, but continue to behave in that manner anyway.

Self-defeating behaviors are formed when bad habits stack up. They don’t just appear overnight.

It might seem like a line from a Disney movie, but just becoming aware of the chinks in your armor is enough to start making the kind of changes you need to make if you want to stop sabotaging your own success and start achieving the life you truly want.

Stopping self-defeat may seem easy, but if that were so it wouldn’t sell so many books and courses. It’s a complex issue that doesn’t respond to cheer leading. It’s symptomatic of a complex variety of internal conflicts between who you are, who you think you are and who you want to be.

Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors includes:

Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors
Identifying Self-Defeating Behaviors Guide
Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors Tip Sheet
Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors Mini-Posters

ELIMINATING SELF-DEFEATING BEHAVIORS

If you are a visual learner, you learn by reading or seeing pictures. You understand and remember things by sight. You can picture what you are learning in your head, and you learn best by using methods that are primarily visual. You like to see what you are learning.

Do you do best in workshops in which instructors do a lot of writing at the chalkboard, provide clear handouts, and make extensive use of an overhead projector? Do you take detailed written notes from your training and webinars? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner. Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format.

This comprehensive guidebook allows you to gain maximum value from the information and not miss a single idea. Provided in pdf  format.

In this guide you’ll learn:

  • What Self-Defeating Habits Are
  • How to Identify Self-Defeating Behaviors
  • How Self-Defeating Behaviors Are Formed
  • Effects of Self-Defeating Behaviors
  • Chasing Satisfaction Outside of Yourself
  • How to Eliminate Self-Defeating Behaviors
  • Solving Your Self-Defeating Behavior
    Plus:
  • Identifying Self-Defeating Behaviors Guide
  • Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors Tip Sheet
  • Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors Mini-Posters

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