Jan. 23, 2021

Episode 2: The Problem Is You By John Burke

Learn how to Stop being your Own Worst Enemy.


If you have a Self Defeating Behavior that You need to get rid of, this Audible Book will help You to get rid of it.

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Transcript

Hello, Self Developers and welcome to the Patrick Kelly Podcasts. We'll all we'll be reviewing all about books on Self-Development acting changed your life for the better this year and years to come. It is said that if we keep on doing what we always did, we'll keep on getting what we always got. In other words, to change our output, we first have to change our input.

Today is January 23rd, 2021. And this is Episode 2, and today we will be reviewing the audible book. A problem is you, by John Burke. This audible book explores how to get our own way in conquer self-defeating behavior. When things are not going the way we want them to go, we tend to blame others for our failures. This is also known as blame shifting. We blame the weather. We blame our parents. We blame our spouse. We blame our job. We blame our upbringing, but we never looked at ourselves as the problem. We never look at the person in the mirror. Who's also looking back at us and waiting for us to make corrections and changes. Yes, we have to look at the person in the mirror and make that change and not become our own worst enemy. 

In order to get rid of self-defeating behaviors, we first have to recognize self-defeating behaviors. We cannot change what we can do not acknowledge. You might recognize some self defeating  behaviors when you find ourselves overeating and becoming overweight.

Procrastination can also be a form of self destructive behavior when you put things off, over and over, knowing that without action, we are not ever going to attain our goals. Some say that procrastination means, living yesterday, avoiding today, thus ruining tomorrow. Overspending can also be a form of self-destruction.

When we try to satisfy the emptiness in ourselves, by buying things that we do not need. In order to impress others. But all we are doing is spending unnecessary money and racking up credit card debt. This audible book not only goes over the problems of self-destructive behavior, but also the solutions to overcome self destructive behavior, and most of all, how to recognize a  self-destructive behavior. Other forms of self-destructive behavior include the desire to please others. By trying to please everybody, we can end up pleasing no one, including ourselves, The Author thinks that many of our self destructive behaviors, come from our Subconscious mind. And that we must try to replace bad destructive habits with good habits that create a positive behavior.

This audible book is easy to listen to and understand, and I think you will enjoy it. On a scale of 1 to 5, I will give this audible book a solid 4 for good content. This is the end of this Podcast, for Today. Tune in next week for the next Episode, and the next audible book of 300 books that I will be reviewing on the Patrick Kelly Podcast.

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