Do you feel like everyone around you is getting ahead while you’re stuck in the same old rut?
And do you blame everyone and everything for your situation—except yourself?
Many of us walk around engaging in negative behaviors and mindsets, and don’t even realize we’re doing it. Every day, people work harder and harder to get—nowhere.
It’s time to stop being second-rate; it’s time to be great! With more than 25 years in the trenches, motivational expert Karen Berg shows you how to transcend the ordinary and become extraordinary with this firm, tough-love program about getting to the point, getting what you want, and getting ahead.
Your Self-Sabotage Survival Guide will help you refocus your energy and get back on track, first by helping you identify the elements of self-sabotage, then by providing sound advice for reinventing yourself and eliminating sabotage from your life.
This essential guide will help you get rid of the “buts,” banish the “if onlys,” and break the cycle of playing it safe. Complete with anecdotes and expert panel interviews, Your Self-Sabotage Survival Guide features checklists, worksheets, quizzes, and more to help you finally get the success you deserve—because you earned it.
“Your Self-Sabotage Survival Guide delivers strong advice and powerful strategies for navigating away from self-sabotage and setting a course for success in both your personal and professional life.”—Christopher “Kip” Forbes, Vice Chairman, Forbes Media LLC
“…a must read for those looking to find deep, lasting personal transformation. Karen Berg’s real-life stories, lessons, and practical steps challenge the mental models that hold so many of us back from attaining the personal and professional fulfillment we crave. She approaches her topic with warmth, humor, and not a little tough love.”—Portia Mount, SVP Global Marketing, Center for Creative Leadership; founder, Boss Mom blog
Karen Berg is the best-selling author of Loud and Clear and Get to the Point! A communications strategist and regular advisor to Fortune 500 C-Suite executives, her views on communications issues have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and many other publications. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, and the Today Show. Karen lives in New York City.