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Setting Small Goals is an Act of Self Sabotage

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    Setting Small Goals is an Act of Self Sabotage

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    In this episode we go through the importance of setting the right size goals and how small goals can be an act of self-sabotage. The discussion emphasizes the need for goals that are big enough to create urgency and motivation while still being attainable. We explore how setting small goals may lead to procrastination and avoidance behaviors, preventing progress.

    The concept of meta feelings, feelings about our feelings, is the focus.

    Fear of setting big goals is linked to meta feelings.

    Takeaways:

    • Setting small goals can lead to self-sabotage by hindering progress and motivation.
    • Goals should be big enough to create urgency and motivation while remaining attainable.
    • Meta feelings, feelings about our feelings, can lead to codependency and people-pleasing behaviors.
    • Goal-setting is linked to intellectual health, testing self-trust, and creating a cycle of self-sabotage or progress.

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