3 for me...I need a better filter sometimes.
Be Impeccable with your Word: Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the Word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your Word in the direction of truth and love.
Focusing on 1 and 2 I've noticed a few people whose mothers told them they were the best thing there ever was from an early age and they've gone through life believing it, that they deserved the best in everything and have been amazingly successful at many things, though overconfident disasters at others.
They convince others how wonderful they are and get good jobs and live a charmed life.
I was thinking 1 Self rejection and 2 Negative self-talk are similar and must originate from being told at an impressionable age that we are no good.
3 Criticising others is a sort of leveling the field by saying others aren't much good either, a face-saver that gets us in even more trouble
could be construed as trying to get praise off others to make up for the lack of it from the people who used to matter in our lives, oh, I do that one too.
Fear of failure is something I'm really sensitive to because it just verifies what I've always believed, so cognitive fluency assists this emotion as much as it does all the others
Procrastination is due to Fear of failure
We wouldn't live in such a negative environment if others hadn't made it for us, so it is likely to follow from all the above though not necessarily.
I've been criticised constantly so perfectionism is the result.