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Self-Sabotage? What it is, Why we do it, When we do it, How to Overcome It! by Cris Baker

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Self-Sabotage? What it is, Why we do
it, When we do it, How to Overcome It! by Cris Baker

About The Book:

Self-Sabotage is innate, it’s easy to see self sabotage in others,
but it’s not so easy to see it in yourself. By explore the numerous experiences
of suffering caused by the author’s self sabotage, you’ll find viable strategies
for overcoming your own. Enjoy far more rewarding experiences by using the
insights given with each one.

What will you get out of reading this book? Lots, here are just a few of the
many benefits:

1. Overcome the stress caused by your self sabotage, chapter 2.3

2. Enjoy this six-part strategy to stop arguing, chapter 5.1

3. Save three hours a week using these two simple steps, chapter 3.5

4. Eliminate procrastination with these four important questions, chapter 3.4

5. Learn the immense value in being open-minded rather than “being right”,
chapter 1.4

6. Avoid the single biggest mistake everybody makes, chapter 7.2

 

About The
Author: 

Cris Baker has much practice in adversity,
he’s been screwing things up for years! His extensive history of self-sabotage
has given him much crucial know-how gained from years overcoming the inevitably
painful consequences. His knowledge is authentic and he definitely has the
experience!

Born in the U.K. when very young and now based in Gibraltar, Europe at the
entrance to the Mediterranean, he started researching Life Strategies in North
America towards the end of the twentieth century.

At a very early age he realized that personal growth can be seen as the purpose
for life. Improving effectiveness has been his passion for years, his computer
company specializing in boosting mainframe performance was successful for
years.

Finding out that he’s not always right about everything was a startling
revelation. Along with many others, perhaps even someone you know intimately, he
used to believe that “I don’t know how” means it cannot be done. But experience
proves it does not mean it cannot be done, it simply means you don’t know how,
you lack the know-how …

Never one just accept to someone’s beliefs, he knows that life is rational, and
authentic knowing along with experience have way more power than just
understanding. Invest your time and energy to check things out for yourself, and
you’ll find options beyond continuing to suffer.

The context in which you do what you do is crucial to your success. As Henry
Ford famously said, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re
right. Either way!”

So he knows how to answer your question: what should you do about your current
situation? Discover why your actions have resulted in your circumstances, and
you’ll also know how to improve things.

 

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