By Glenn Leibowitz
At one of my first jobs out of college, whenever the clock would hit 6 pm or a little after, my manager would pack up his things and head out of the office. Impressed by his ability to leave the office at such a relatively early time for such a busy company as ours (I worked at a multinational advertising agency), I asked him how he was able to do it. He told me he made a point of being as efficient as he could during the day so he could sign-off on time at night to meet up with his wife and two young children for dinner.
by Suzie Doscher
Feel like you keep facing the same uphill struggle?
Sometimes you create your own problems with your thoughts and beliefs. It is these particular thoughts that hold you back, keep you stuck and consequently limit you. In my coaching practice as well as my own personal experience, I have witnessed how a self-sabotage routine can be created with these thoughts and beliefs. If you find that you keep coming back to the same type of situation again and again, it is well worth exploring if, in fact, you are running a self-sabotage routine.
To break this self-sabotage cycle, you will need to first determine what this limiting thought or belief is. Once you have figured that out (by yourself, with the help of a friend/boss or qualified coach), consider the information below to help yourself make a lasting change.
The best approach is to replace whatever you are thinking is with a thought that is more positive. For example:
Wiggling your toes, strategic doodling,