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EP10: Show Notes

 The statistic out there is only 0.01% of the population actually finishes what they start. Sometimes we stop going after our dreams because we fear all the things that come on the other side of taking that leap and exposing yourself; the unknown. Sabotage and resistance to success are a form of doubt and dragging your past into your future. Detach from your past, commit to your dream and commit to your message.

On a personal note: We don’t know how this podcast will be received. Will we be misunderstood and judged? It’s a fitting way for us to end this season!

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Take away from the episode:

  • Sabotage comes in a form of destructive behavior in intimate relationship, with friends, at work and in pursuit of your dreams

  • Be honest with yourself and address you bad habits – why did that relationship fall apart for you? What part did you play? Why did you not finish that project? Why are you not where you want to be?

  • The old “you” has to die, the old way of operating and seeing the world HAS to get out of the way so you can create something new, something beneficial in your life. This symbolic “death” is incredibly uncomfortable and sometimes painful, especially when you put up a lot of resistance

  • We sabotage our progress in fear of the unknown

  • We sabotage our progress because we are resisting change

  • Procrastination, perfectionism and not finishing things are a form of sabotage

  • Sabotaging behavior exists because secretly we believe we don’t deserve wealth, health and success or are afraid of the unknown. We usually know what is on the other side of failure, but we don’t know what is on the other side of success

  • Other people can derail your efforts with sabotaging your efforts (i.e. back stabbing you) so be extra cautious of who you associate with

  • Other people in your life can secretly not want you to experience wealth, health and success. Compared to you they don’t want to feel like a failure and just can’t allow someone else to be better than them. Living in this state creates a lot of misery for them and others.

  • Be cautious when working with other jealous and insecure females. Figure out a way to avoid being sabotages by them or working with them all together. Jealous females are as destructive to this world as toxic, controlling males

  • Are you causing harm or good with your actions? Are you operating out of short-lived self-interest or out of the common good? Short lived self-interest has no momentum, common good comes with built in fuel

  • Don’t forget your sensual, romantic Aphrodite side as you tap into your warrior goddess Athena in pursuit of your goals and dreams


Steps that combat bad habits that are potentially sabotaging your progress:

  1. Get an accountability partner who knows you well and can help you spot your bad habits. Ask them to gently point out when you are operating using old ways of thinking.

  2. If you spot yourself sabotaging your progress, be happy! Awareness is key. Create a positive mantra. For example, if you don’t finish things in life start saying to yourself. “I complete all my projects successfully and on time.” Start pursuing your goal again and when you get to the point where you see yourself slipping into an old bad habit concentrate all your effort of pushing past that point.

  3. Spot any feelings of jealousy overwhelming your body. Jealousy will destroy every relationship you try to build and make you and those around you suffer. Observe it, let go and practice operating from a place of abundance, love and acceptance. There is enough for everyone.

Simple rituals that foster good habits:

  • Start small by keeping your space clean, mind clear and your body fit. This builds confidence as you can visually see and measure you progress. Then move on to bigger goals.

  • Make a list of your dreams and desires and create a Mind Movie for them as described by Dr. Joe Dispenza in “Becoming Supernatural”

As two women who are on a mission to live the most creative life we find the following books inspiring and empowering. Start your journey to harnessing your creative powers by embracing these amazing resources.

Find a potential accountability partner with the help of FocusMate




"The Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results" by James Clear

"The Happiness Equation" by Neil Pasricha

"The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen R. Covey

"Becoming Supernatural" by Dr. Joe Dispenza

Video on Creating from a Place of Love by D. Joe Dispenza

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