If you have trouble saying no to requests for your time, this article is especially for you.
Saying Yes to You is the topic of my guest post on Good Life Zen. I share the signs, symptoms, and dangers of perpetual giving and my personal tips for liberating yourself.
I would love to hear your experience and thoughts on the topic so please take a moment to share in the comments at Good Life Zen.
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If I want to be seen, I need to see myself.
If I want to be heard, I need to hear myself.
If I want to feel connected, I need to connect with myself.
Do you see yourself? Hear yourself? Connect with your self?
[This is part of my series of compelling questions for personal reflection. ]
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One of the drawbacks of the internet is the way it exponentially increases the opportunity to compare yourself to others.
Instead of having a relatively small circle of friends, acquaintances, and co-workers, you may literally be exposed to hundreds of new people in any given week.
Have you ever noticed how it can seem like everyone in the blogosphere is so brilliant, leading an epic life, in touch with their true self, bold beyond belief, a fountain of unconditional love, and making loads of money to boot!
Whenever you suddenly feel like you are shrinking in the midst of all these bright lights, it’s time to put on the brakes.