How to identify and counteract self-saboteurs? Occasional self-sabotage is common. When it becomes a pattern, it can hamper your productivity and happiness.
Tell-tale signs of self-sabotage tend to ignore the positive, form one’s own storage of limiting beliefs and self-judgements, cause acting out of fear and focusing on the past. Creating one’s sabotage patterns helps to be more aware of sabotage and build strategies to counteract it.
Working in a stressful environment and being assessed through achieved goals put an influence on a private life, thus preventing living life to the fullest.
Participants of the workshop will learn how to break free of limiting beliefs and self-judgements. They will be taught to identify and become aware of own self-saboteurs. In addition, practical cases will be studied and discussed.
The course includes:
- presentation of the most common patterns of self-sabotage: creating a “storage of limiting beliefs” – ignoring the positive and focusing on negative – allowing fear to take over and guide one’s thoughts and actions – focusing on the past – comparing with others – settling for less to be “on the safe side” – mastering procrastination;
- exercises and tools to find one’s self-sabotage patterns;
- strategies to overcome weaknesses, creating one’s own strategy and new thinking habits, boosting one’s strengths;
- exercise: Learning “force-field analysis” and “ants model” to deal with the self-sabotage and inner critic;
- staying accountable, and some more tips and tricks.
The Draw Out Your Gremlin workshop is organised by the Welcome Point of the University of Warsaw for the UW international students of the first and second cycle programmes.
The workshop will take place on 25th March between 9.30 and 16.30, at 56/66 Dobra Street, in the building of the UW Library. The language of instruction is English.
The prior registration for the course is highly recommended. More details are provided on the UW Welcome Point website >>.
‘Goals setting for personal growth’ workshop is organised within the Integrated Development Programme at the University of Warsaw and funded by European Social Fund. The objective, pursuing at the University of Warsaw between 2018-2022, is to develop competence of students and employees as well as implement the instruments which upgrade the management process of the University of Warsaw.