- Marcus Cauchi
- United Kingdom
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Why do we repeatedly do what does us harm or doesn't serve us, even when we know by doing what we've done before we'll get the same result?
Self-sabotage is rife in life, in business, in sports and in families to name a few. Experience tells me that the starting point of self-sabotage comes from toxic beliefs that were never true, aren't true any more or aren't true in 100% of cases.
Can you tell me what causes you have observed for self-sabotage in your lives or the lives of those you engage with?
If you could structure your responses around the following framework:
1. Issue or presenting symptom
2. A specific example to give context
And if you have learned how to replace old patterns with good patterns of thinking or behaviour:
4. How did you replace your old pattern/script or work around your self-sabotaging behaviours?