Hey, make sure you’re cautious of this. Self-sabotage will disguise itself as stuff that sounds good, and sounds like it’s productive. Things like you “should do”, but really, it’s likely it’s suggesting things that are too far out from where you are right now. In other words, it’s asking you a lot more out of you than you can give in this current moment, hence, self-sabotage.
It’s setting you up for failure. So, the way around that is when you feel like you need to work harder or need to do more, you actually just need to do less, you just take a step back. Now, this isn’t to say like go sit on the couch, no, not at all. But the point is if you’re unable to do a 30-minute workout consistently. Then you gotta then tone that down.
What can you do that you will do? 15 minutes, 10 minutes, 5 minutes. There’s one element. If you feel like you’re not eating clean, you don’t need to go on a damn diet. Just stop eating a little less of the food you know you shouldn’t. Or start drinking more water. Just those small things. So keep in mind that this self-sabotage trigger.
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