This meeting was held at 5:30 PM at Richards Buell Sutton LLP in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Rosa Livingstone, Author of Self-Sabotage: The Art of Screwing Up
Change your thoughts, change your life.
Each of us has an inner critic judging our every action and instructing us on how to live our lives. It's in the shadows, below the level of our conscious awareness. Self-sabotage is something everyone does. And many blindly wonder why they are stuck, feeling alone, defeated, frustrated, and angry. This inner critic affects our professional lives just as much as our personal ones.
In Self-Sabotage: The Art of Screwing Up, author Rosa Livingstone enlightens her readers about what self-sabotage is, how we do it to ourselves, where it appears in our lives, when we do it, and most importantly, why we do it. Using examples from her personal journey and from stories of her hypnotherapy clients, she offers simple tools and ideas on how to shift from being self-critical to self-accepting. Livingstone shows you how to face your self-defeating thoughts and habits, take responsibility for them, and stop the cycle of self-abuse and sabotage.
Self-Sabotage: The Art of Screwing Up offers the resources for overcoming fear and gaining the courage to move toward living the life you want, using all that is inherently amazing within you.
About the Author
Rosa Livingstone is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, life and mind coach and transformational speaker. Through her media features, Self-Sabotage workshops and seminars, as well as her hypnotherapy practice, Rosa has helped hundreds of clients transform their belief systems to create healthier lives. Rosa was also voted 2017 Top 3 Business Professionals by Three Best Rated for Hypnotherapy in her home city of Coquitlam.
Rosa’s message is that the most valuable asset we have is to understand our self-sabotaging beliefs in order to undo our script of unworthiness. When people transform their beliefs about their capabilities and worth, they transform their lives.
Duration of meeting was 1.75 hours. Of this, 1.0 hour can be counted towards CPD.