Mentoris writes: A positive start

Identify what form of self-sabotage could be an obstacle to your self-development

A new year is often seen as a chance for a new start and four years ago I decided it was time to do some work on my own mindfulness. I downloaded various apps, such as Calm and Bhuddify and began spending more time in a state of meditation. I really enjoyed the experience and, in my conversations with others, I was recommended to read what turned out to be a fascinating book, Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine.

The book helped me identify which of the 10 methods of self-sabotage, which the author personifies in the book as ‘saboteurs’, were most prevalent in my own world. After reading the book, further research led me to embark on a six-week course with several other friends and coaches to understand more about myself and how these saboteurs can influence my behaviours.

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