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Rachael Roberts 19h
If we can understand why we self sabotage, we can start to undo the programming. Could this belief be subconsciously tripping you up? We often form these kinds of beliefs when very young and then hang onto them long after we consciously know they’re not true. So let it go.
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Rachael Roberts Aug 21
Replying to @AnneHendler
Tell them you’re a sole trader (not a limited company with a number)
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Rachael Roberts Aug 21
This is one of my favourite quotes, and I think it's really relevant to self-sabotage, which I posted about yesterday. Often we self-sabotage as a way of keeping ourselves small- but we can help others as well as ourselves by not 'shrinking'.
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Rachael Roberts Aug 20
Are you your own worst enemy? When things go wrong, it's tempting to blame circumstances or even other people. But, often, we are subsconsciously sabotaging ourselves.
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Danny Penman Aug 17
'Most of life's difficulties are only half as bad as they appear, while the good things are two or three times as intense.'
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Rachael Roberts Aug 17
Part of my holiday reading has been The Humans, by Matt Haig. Brilliant book, but here’s just one quote that resonated with me. Have you experienced a moment like this?
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Rachael Roberts Aug 13
A certain amount of procrastination is normal, and even healthy- we don’t need to constantly push ourselves. But when becomes a form of self sabotage, it’s time to look at why you’re doing it, and how to stop.
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Rachael Roberts Aug 8
Replying to @nateclascotland
Thanks for sharing :)
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Rachael Roberts Aug 7
If your summer is as busy as mine, here are some tips for keeping your cool.
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Mindfulness Training Jul 30
“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do.”~ Eleanor Roosevelt
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Rachael Roberts Jul 30
Holidays are about switching off from your daily life and resting and recuperating. However, they can also be an opportunity to switch on and wake up to the present moment.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 30
Replying to @teacherphili
That sounds exciting, Phil!
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Dr. Scott Symington Jul 25
Introducing The Two Screen Method to Help Combat Anxiety
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Rachael Roberts Jul 24
Something that help you deal with (a lot of) what life has to throw at you:
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Rachael Roberts Jul 17
Why being patient isn't the same as being passive.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 16
Loved the book.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 16
Thank you :) It’s a great motto to try to live by.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 16
If I understand you correctly, I think you're talking about having agency to make changes? Lack of agency can definitely increase the feeling of frustration and stress.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 16
Replying to @teacherphili
Exactly. Focusing on the present moment can get us there just as fast, but without the feeling of pressure.
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Rachael Roberts Jul 9
Do gut instincts really exist, and, if they do, should you trust them?
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