That M.O. basically ensures you will stay on that hamster wheel indefinitely.” Self-sabotaging behavior only instigates new problems, interferes with long-term goals, and unsettles relationships. Here are 10 ways you may be self-sabotaging that you weren’t even aware of.
1. You are the Queen of Procrastination
If you are anything like Scarlett O’Hara from Gone with the Wind, then leaving everything for tomorrow is your M.O. Though it’s likely that come tomorrow, it still won’t get done. Why not seize the day instead?
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