It is undeniable that everyone aims to stand out throughout his or her lives. However, sometimes, you choose your path out of fear disguised as practicality. What you really want may seem impossibly out of reach and ridiculous to expect. You never find the right time, right money, or any other excuse, so you never dare to ask the universe for it.
Such an act is a self-defeating behavior called self-sabotage. The critical inner voice represents a negative sense of self. Therefore, it can interfere with your plans and ruin your most ambitious goals even before you try to achieve them.
The following are three common ways how we place unnecessary limitations on ourselves.
Three Most Common Ways to Sabotage Yourself
We all have been in that mood when you have so many things to do; but then, find yourself doing everything else but those things, only to prevent you from actually facing the task. In addition, with every failed attempt to do the thing you want, you "prove" to yourself that you cannot or should not do it. Something needs to be changed here, right? Instead of focusing on the end goal, set clear and small victories you can achieve by the end of the day. Whatever they are, they do not have to be perfect, they just have to exist! Start now and you will build self-confidence to reach the bigger picture.