How to Avoid Self-Sabotage (and stick to your goals)

As we near the end of the year, it can be a great time to reflect on what’s going well and what kind of changes you’d like to see in your life.


Setting goals for yourself, or “resolutions” for ways you’d like to commit to change can be a fun exercise that sets you up for a more vibrant and connected year.




Part of that process is filtering out the “noise” of other people’s expectations and feelings of “should,” so you can really listen to what your next steps are.


Resolutions are only worthwhile if they’re attuned to your deepest needs, and allow you to make changes that align with who you are.


When there’s a conflict between what you know is right for you and what you feel you “should” do, that can lead to self-doubt, self-sabotage, and an inability to act.


Today’s meditation will help you clear out this self-doubt so you can…


…approach the new year with clarity

…feel confident in yourself

…avoid self-sabotage

…listen to what your needs are and commit to changes that deeply benefit you


Follow along to clear out any self-doubt and feel into what the right goals and next steps are for you.


(and feel free to have a pen and paper handy to write down your insights and goals afterward!)

If you enjoyed this, you’d also like this meditation to help you embrace change and this one that guides you to overcome resistance. 


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