How to figure out where you are going wrong if you feel you consciously or unconsciously seem to always sabotage your success when things are going well, or if you have a hard time maintaining success long term.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who says that he tends to sabotage his success in his career and relationships when things are going well. He wonders why he seems to lose interest in good paying jobs and often quits when things are going well.
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“The key to maintaining consistent success and happiness in life is to do something you love for a living. Something that is more emotionally compelling to you than anything else you can think of. If your dreams don’t scare the shit out of you when you think about doing them at the highest level, you’re still thinking and playing too small. Truly emotionally compelling dreams give you goosebumps, make the hair stand up on the back of your neck and bring tears to your eyes when you think about doing them at the highest level. Until you feel that way, keep searching. If you seek, you will find. You’ll FEEL it & know it in your heart when you find it.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne