The Dreaded words, Self-Sabotage ring true in so many of our lives. How many of us feel that we sometimes can’t even trust ourselves? How much more would we be able to do if we were free from the detriments of self sabotage? Brianna Wiest explores the problems that cause self-sabotage and how to overcome them.
West uses the mountain as a metaphor for the big, insurmountable challenges in life we face. In the end it is not the mountain that we are overcoming but it is ourselves that we must master through deep internal work of excavating trauma, building resilience, discipline and will to overcome.
Key takeaway: Humans inherently resistant change. To buck this trend you need a plan to being to take action. Plans fix problems.
Quote of the book: “Your life is defined not only by what you think about it, but also what you think of yourself.”
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