One of my clients, who I’ll call Jane, had a huge problem with self-sabotage.

She had a promising graphic design business, and we spent an entire weekend making a project plan for updating her website, outlining blog posts and videos, and strategizing her passive income streams.

Jane assured me that this was a new beginning and she was finally ready to be a serious entrepreneur. But during our weekly calls, she would admit that she didn’t do her homework.

Not even a little bit.

She would watch movies, play video games, and spend hours reading articles for “research.” I begged her to do just 5 minutes of work per day, but no amount of pleading, motivating, or checking in could get her to move forward on her business that she had said was so important.

Watching Jane sabotage herself was heartbreaking, but I couldn’t jump through my computer monitor and do the work for her. When you expect yourself to fail, you’ll do things to ensure you get that expected outcome. She wasn’t ready to see herself as successful, so she stayed stuck in her old habits.

I don’t want this to happen to you!

In today’s video, you’ll learn the 4 steps to stop self-sabotage forever.

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