In today’s episode, we’ll be talking about how to stop sabotaging yourself. The name of the game of this life is asking yourself the question, “how good can you stand it?” because the bitter it gets, the better it gets. Unfortunately, many of us self-sabotage when life gets pretty darn awesome.
Recently, I bought an X3 Bar Elite, which is a home exercise training device. It came with a 12-week program created by a biomedical engineer, and it’s crazy that you can get the workout completed in 10 to 15 minutes. I’ve been using it consistently for the past eight or nine weeks and been consistently eating like less than 20 grams of carbs a day, coupled with intermittent fasting. I have this personal health target of having the body of Brad Pitt from Fight Club. I think I’ve lost about 1.5% of body fat according to my skill. I think my skill says my body fat percentage is somewhere around 15%. My target is 10%. So what in the world does this have to do with stopping self-sabotage? Well, that’s a brilliant question.
So if you want to learn how to continue to increase your capacity for how well you can stand life getting, then sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- What does Gay Hedricks’ concept of Upper Limits tell us about self-sabotaging?
- Based on the concept of the upper limits, what governs every aspect of our lives?
- What happens when a person experience life better than their average channel of goodness?
- Why and how can upper limits be sneaky?
- In what circumstances or status do we begin to self-sabotage?
- What shapes our upper limits?
- What can be the outcome once you acknowledge the truth that you have an upper limit and you’re hitting it?
- What is the key to stopping self-sabotage for good?
- “Sometimes you self sabotage because there’s a part of you who craves uncertainty.”
- To succeed in the game of creating a financial empire, why are certainty and stability important?
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