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There’s something weird that used to happen to me for years.
Whenever I made a big leap in my life (especially as it related to my career), I’d get super sick. I’m talking head-splitting migraines, debilitating nausea and one of the worst of all — nearly a week of being so weak and sick that I could hardly get out of bed.
While everybody gets a bug now and again, the timing of these illnesses right after something big just happened in my business was just too strange.When it comes to joy and success, your built-in upper limit is completely adjustable. Click To Tweet
Plus, after doctors ran all kinds of tests and repeatedly told me, “Marie, I can’t find anything wrong with you.” I knew I had to look deeper.
That’s when I learned about a concept called “upper limits” and the unfortunate link many of us have between self-sabotage and expanded success.
If you ever find yourself with the urge to run and hide, pick a fight, or somehow stir up trouble when things start to get really good — this episode is a must watch! You’ll learn a simple practice to stop self-sabotage for good.
As mentioned in the episode, I’m a huge fan of Gay Hendricks and his brilliant book, The Big Leap and highly recommend it.
Now, I’d love to hear from you.
Have you ever found yourself bumping into your own “upper limits”? What steps have you taken to unwire self-sabotage in your life?
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