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Nidhi Tewari

Welcome to part one of our three-part series tackling the concept of self-sabotage. Why we do it, how we do it, and finding the right balance between hard work and self-care.

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Self-Sabotage Part 1

Have you ever worked so hard on something only to find yourself stuck and caught in what feels like a complete slog? At that moment, you may think: This isn’t working. It’s time to pivot.

But what if, on the other side of that discomfort, awaits everything you want?

More importantly: how do you know if it’s time to pivot or push through the discomfort?

Welcome to part one of our three-part series tackling the concept of self-sabotage. Why we do it, how we do it, and finding the right balance between hard work and self-care.

In this episode, mental health therapist Nidhi Tewari joins Chris to discuss the differences between an unhealthy grind and determined grit. While the two hold different perspectives on the path to proverbial success, they agree that many of us quit working before it gets good.

If you’re at a crossroads and deciding whether to press on or pivot, this conversation is for you.

Jun 22

Self-Sabotage Part 1

Learning how to enjoy the suck.

Have you ever worked so hard on something only to find yourself stuck and caught in what feels like a complete slog? At that moment, you may think: This isn’t working. It’s time to pivot.

But what if, on the other side of that discomfort, awaits everything you want?

More importantly: how do you know if it’s time to pivot or push through the discomfort?

Welcome to part one of our three-part series tackling the concept of self-sabotage. Why we do it, how we do it, and finding the right balance between hard work and self-care.

In this episode, mental health therapist Nidhi Tewari joins Chris to discuss the differences between an unhealthy grind and determined grit. While the two hold different perspectives on the path to proverbial success, they agree that many of us quit working before it gets good.

If you’re at a crossroads and deciding whether to press on or pivot, this conversation is for you.

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Greg Gunn

Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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Learning how to enjoy the suck.

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