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The 3 saboteurs keeping you stuck, unfulfilled and burned out in life + work

January 23, 2022

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With the turn of the calendar into a new year, many of us hope for something different 


Whether you set new year’s resolutions, intentions or have a guiding word for the year…the stats show that less than 10% of those who set goals of some kind…will see those through to the end of the year.

And there’s a reason why that’s the case. 

No, there’s nothing wrong with you…

Turns out that there are 3 saboteurs that can keep us stuck.

I’ve seen these saboteurs play out in myself and with my clients and have noticed these themes working with women across different cultures and backgrounds all around the world

So if you’re feeling frustrated that those new habits or goals aren’t getting any traction…you’re not alone. 

Today we’re diving into what these sabeterous are, how to identify what’s at play for you and most importantly how to shift into pursuing your soul aligned life and career 

 

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In this Episode We Explore

  • How and where these 3 sabetours came about

  • What the 3 sabetours are and how they keep many high achievers stuck, unfulfilled and burned out in life and work

  • Self reflection questions to identify how to determine which sabterou is at play for you and what you can do to work with it

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