Self Saboteurs

Do you:

  • Undo your success?
  • Don’t allow your self to succeed?
  • Find ways unique to yourself to not get ahead?
  • Continue to be stuck in this pattern over and over again?

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then this Brandler Bits is perfect for you.  Learn about self-sabotage, and how to stop this self defeating pattern of behavior.

 

 

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Mine Mine Mine

In the latest edition of Brandler Bits, we discuss how the possessive word “my”  is symptomatic of self centered behavior. Examples of this selfish behavior are given.  In addition recommendations for change are offered.

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Irresolution-resolutions often fail

Happy New Year!  In this edition of Brandler Bits  we examine the time honored tradition of New Year’s Resolutions.  We identify why these resolutions do not work and lead to more frustration.  We identify the strategies that will make your 2020 a successful year of change.

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Inconvenient Not Tragic

In the latest edition of Brandler Bits, learn about the phrase “Inconvenient Not Tragic”.  The phrase give us all some perspective on recognizing the hassles and inconveniences of daily life .  By being grateful that these things are NOT tragedies, we can change how we see these issues.

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Are you SAD

In the latest edition of Brandler Bits, learn about Seasonal Affective Disorder(SAD).  SAD is depression which has seasonal components.  Many people in the northeast have symptoms of SAD without having the diagnosis.  Identify strategies to improve SAD.

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Deadicated

On this edition of Brandler Bits  learn how dedication to work can make you “deadicated”.  Strategies are identified in order to put more balance into your life and prioritize what is most important.

 

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Dealing with Difficult People

In this episode of Brandler Bits, we discuss how to deal with difficult people.

Learn about difficult people:

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Promises of Change

In this edition of Brandler Bits we discuss the Promises of Change.

It is rather simple to make change, but much harder to keep change.  In this episode we discover what are the  ingredients that help us to maintain the changes we wish to make.  In addition, we address how the “12 Promises” can be utilized for long term happiness and change.

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