A new year means new chances to recharge your motivation and reassess your direction. What worked well for you? What are there things you could have done better last year? And if you are in need of some serious intervention, answering these questions can help get you back on track so you can stop sabotaging your New Year’s resolutions.
Stop Sabotaging Your New Year’s Resolutions
So when Robert Dunn of The Orion Group Podcast asked me to be featured on an episode of his show, I thought it was perfect timing. The beginning of a new year is the perfect environment for motivation and personal growth, and can help you get a jump-start on your resolutions! New Year, New Me, right? But it’s important to not run out of steam when you’ve suddenly hit a plateau. That lack of confidence can lead to sabotaging your New Year’s resolutions, which is the quickest way to derail your motivation and your progress.
Listen as Robert and I discuss (and very candidly, I might add), how to recognize the signs of potential self-sabotage and take control. We talk millennial culture, social media, toxic relationships, and plenty about how to make your self care more accessible in your life!