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Summary

We all have a relationship with self-sabotage, a tendency to put barriers in the way of our progression and our happiness - at home and at work, both on and offline.

Sabotage is an audiobook about challenging these behaviours, digging a little deeper into why that unhelpful voice can creep up on us. Procrastination, jealousy, inner critic: how can we overcome these obstacles? How do we stop getting in our own way?

Exploring real-life stories of success and setbacks from leading cultural voices, Emma Gannon searches for experiences, solutions and ways to look differently at what's really holding us back.

This is the audiobook you need to slay your own sabotage.

©2020 Emma Gannon (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Ltd

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This is one of the most interesting audible podcast type self care narratives I will be listening again so that I can absorb more

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Did not get through it.

My opinion is from what I heard it was very good but I listened to it at bedtime and fell asleep. However, It was good enough to make me want to go back to it and want to buy more of your books.

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The End Credits Caught Me By Surprise

The books is very short, the narration impeccable (Emma Gannon was born to narrate), the content needs more structuring and emphasis in the right places. I was waiting for the life-changing message to be revealed and suddenly I was getting the end credits.