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Some symptoms of INNER STRUGGLES that could be holding you back and what you can do about them

Are your INNER STRUGGLES your persistent? Are your INNER STRUGGLES holding you back?

People often ask me what I mean by ‘inner struggles‘. Do you recognize any of these symptoms?

  • negative self-talk
  • lack of confidence
  • poor self-esteem
  • feeling not good enough
  • stress
  • anxiety
  • overwhelm
  • fear
  • procrastination

or maybe even these

  • resistance to change
  • lacking a sense of direction
  • resignation
  • feeling stuck
  • loneliness
  • emptiness
  • failure
  • sadness
  • jealousy
  • anger
  • resentment
  • disgust

or even these

  • contempt
  • guilt
  • difficulties with your performance in your work, career, business or sport,
  • not progressing
  • not moving forward
  • part of you wants one thing while another part wants something else
  • imposter syndrome
  • self-sabotage
  • fear of success
  • fear of failure
  • and so

If you’re suffering from any of these problems, ask yourself: “are these problems persistent?

That’s a very important question because it’s quite reasonable to feel each of those emotions from time to time but, if they’re persistent, it becomes a bigger problem and they’re possibly being fed by some unconscious programming, which might be due to something that’s happened in the past.

I suspect this because if they were due to something in your conscious mind you would have solved them by now.

You quite probably don’t even remember the events and being buried in your unconscious mind you have no access to the root cause.

So that’s where working one-on-one with an accomplished coach or therapist can free you from these limitations.

So let me ask you: “are you ready to let this problem go forever?

If so and you’re ready to change then, maybe we should chat. You can contact me on the link below or at executivebreakthrough.com

Thanks a lot  

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