Self-Sabotage

Do you self-sabotage your own startup venture or change project?

This useful article explains the various patterns of self-sabotage, a common problem for startup founders, change leaders, and entrepreneurs. Too many projects fail due to founders waiting for the perfect conditions, or because people are hired by the founder, but then not given responsibility.

Albert Camus, in a short story titled, “Jonas or the Artist at Work,” describes a painter named Jonas who gradually squanders his talent: Jonas was working less, without quite knowing why. He had always followed his routine but now he had difficulty painting, even in moments of solitude. He […]

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