18 Oct 5 Super Common People-Pleasing Myths [TJJS:EP122]
Ever feel like if you tell someone you aren’t available to help them/do something for them, then you are totally letting them down? (And subsequently find yourself riddled with guilt?) Ever feel like you are soooo busy doing everything for everyone else that you have little, if any, time for yourself? Or have you ever felt that if you actually say NO to someone and choose to put yourself first, that you’d be a “total asshole”?
If those thoughts have run through your mind, congrats… you’re totally normal. But, I’m guessing that way of operating isn’t really leaving you super fulfilled, happy, and full of confidence and a sense of self-worth, amiright? [In my oh-so-humble opinion] we’ve been inundated with faulty messaging about what is “polite”, what is “being rude”, and what is “letting others down”. I believe the only way we can be super impactful with those we love, is to actually take care of ourselves… first. Seriously. Fucking FIRST. If you struggle in this category (again, you totally aren’t alone) have a listen to this episode where I dispel some super common myths about pleasing everyone else.
This pod explores:
- The huge LIE you have probably bought into without even knowing it
- Why putting yourself first is the most UNselfish thing you could do
- How to take care of yourself, communicate that with others, and NOT feel like an asshole
- Why putting everyone else first is a huge indicator of how you really value/don’t value yourself
What if you stopped being soooo invested in what everyone else thinks? What if you actually stopped talking shit to yourself and beating yourself up for every little thing? What if you actually believed that you were ENOUGH? And what if you stopped making everyone else waaaaay more important than yourself? Wait, whaaaaa!? Yeah. It would be pretty damn amazing right? Wanna know how? I’ll teach you! Click the image to the left or go HERE to grab a FREE seat in my online workshop. [squeal!!] Yes, please!!
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