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How This Entrepreneur Finally Stopped the Cycle of Self-Sabotage

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There's nothing more frustrating than having the desire to be somewhere in life, watching others posting about their successes, but personally going in circles, frustrated and unable to break free. Self-sabotage was something that I embodied like a pro for many years, and while I still experience it to a certain level, these days it doesn't stay around for long.

As entrepreneurs, we all make big-leap decisions, and this happened to me back in 2013 when I decided that I no longer wanted to be a personal trainer. I was tapped out working with clients and knew that I had an ability far beyond what I was doing every day.

I was in a business with someone that I no longer wanted to be involved with; I was ready for change. But at the time, I had a lot of personal challenges. I wanted to live in the United States, but in order to do that, I would have to make some massive strides in my finances. At the time, I was making a few thousand a month, and there was no way that I would be able to make my dreams come true and move across the pond. Something needed to change.

Related: 8 Ways to Stop Self-Sabotaging Your Success

At the time, I had about $50,000 of debt with nothing to show for it, with seven credit cards maxed out. I only had one card that wasn't. I was at a pivotal point, and I decided to invest in someone to figure out why I wasn't where I wanted to be.

So, I........

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