TAC 08: Our Worst Enemy? Our Self-Sabotage and Bad Habits

This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast, we dissect one of the biggest personal issues that we have faced and seen other women face – Self-Sabotage. Insecurity, unworthiness, panic, fear, guild, shame, flaking, procastinating – what does self-sabotage look like for you? And how does it impact the work that you do. We offer tips and tools on how to build good habits so that self-sabotage doesn’t lurk below the surface and catch you off guard next time.

Shout out to Hip Hop Artist and Producer, Noyz, for our theme music.

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Additional show notes below.

Important Resources Mentioned in Show:

  1. Imposter Complex: 21 Proven Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
    (Also discussed in Episode 6: Women and Work)
  2. Book: The Now Habit: A strategic program for overcoming procrastination and enjoying guilt-free play.
    (Also discussed in Episode 04: The Hater Within)
  3. Episode 1: Are you Living the Absolute Yes life? 
  4. David Suzuki’s 30minsX30Days Outdoors challenge
  5. Julia Cameron’s two basic tools: Morning Pages and Artist’s Date
  6. Jeff Sanders: How Habits work – The Habit Formation Loop
  7. The Year Compass
  8. Decision Fatigue: Science says you should do your most important work in the morning
    Article: Why Obama wears the same suit everyday
  9. Apps: Self Control (mac) StayFocused (chrome) ATimeLogger (iTunes and GooglePlay) Coach.Me 
  10. The Jerry Seinfeld Method: How Seinfeld`s Productivity Secret Fixed my Procrastination Problem
  11. Sean Stephenson: The only person I am in competition with is the person that I was yesterday.
  12. Parkinson’s Law:  “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion”

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