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Have you ever felt on top of the world, extremely happy to achieve something… only to find something to complain about 5 minutes later?
Or have you ever had one area of your life go great, while another went spectacularly wrong?
This isn’t by accident.
We all have success “comfort zones”, and unless you consciously know what’s happening, it’s very easy to unknowingly sabotage the good things that happen to you.
This episode helps you understand what’s going on when you upper limit yourself and how you can move past it in order to reach your full potential.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks (book)
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