5 WAYS YOU’RE SABOTAGING YOUR SUCCESS

Anyone who has heard me speak knows without a doubt I’m a huge advocate of reclaiming the word success.  As in, what success means to you, individually and letting go of what we’re taught it’s “supposed” to look like.

I wrote this post today for the people out there who are standing in their own way.  I’ll start with a slew of questions to get you thinking.

Are you experiencing the amount of success you want in your life? How are your relationships – are they as fulfilling and healthy as you desire them to be? Are you completely satisfied in your business/career? Are you comfortable with the success you’ve currently reached? Do you want more?
Do you have any idea of how successful you can be? I’m being serious. Do you?
A lot of questions, I know – here’s the deal. So many of you want more success, more time freedom, more money, more whatever-it-is in your life. You’ve reached a certain level and that’s great yet you want more and you can’t figure out why you’re not making progress.

Here are 5 ways you’re sabotaging your own results:
1. You waffle in your decision making.
2. You compare your results to someone else’s.
3. You quit after three attempts at something.
4. You make excuses as to why you can’t do something. Time is a big one.
5. You don’t reach out for help.

If you’re doing any of these five things you’re setting yourself up for failure not success.
In order to elevate your life and experience more success you must constantly show up 100% and do the inner and outer work. Ask yourself where the gap is – what are you not doing right now that must happen in order to grow to the next level?

What will you stop doing immediately so you can start experiencing the results you want? Write it down. Take action. Be all in.
Remember, it’s PRIMETIME to shine.

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