28 Sep 2019
How many times do we find ourselves saying ‘yes’ to things even though, deep down, it doesn’t feel right? We’re worried if we say ‘no’, we’ll end up feeling guilty. We think if we say ‘no’, we’ll come across as being selfish. We’re worried we won’t be liked.
Interestingly, Brené Brown’s research has found that it’s the most compassionate of people that have ‘boundaries of steel’.
“Compassionate people ask for what they need. They say no when they need to, and when they say yes, they mean it. They’re compassionate because their boundaries keep them out of resentment.”
It all starts with strengthening our ‘no muscle’.
But most of us didn’t grow up learning it was ok to act firm and simultaneously kind. We weren’t shown how to gain clarity of our values. Instead of basing decisions on what’s truly right for us, we end up acting from a place of insecurity and the need to impress.
At this workshop, you’ll learn to understand why we end up in these unhelpful cycles, free yourself from constant worry and second guessing, connect back to what you really value, and build confidence to live the life you truly deserve.
Broadband Internet Access Lockers Non Smoking Public Toilet
Includes materials and access to online resources
28 Sep 2019
Once Only Event
73 Bathurst Street, Hobart, 7000