When was the last time you said yes to something you didn’t want to do?
How did it feel, how long did it take, what did it take you away from?
For most of the people I meet, saying yes to things they don’t want to do because they’d prefer to avoid the discomfort a NO brings is a daily practice.
A practice that impacts our happiness, and our ability to live the life that we want.
In this podcast I want to explore with you:
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Using guilt for inner peace. Here in Melbourne, I’ve been immersed in lockdown 4.0, and conversations with clients and friends have centred around the guilt of not being able to get all the things we want to be done in a day.
Feelings of not being able to keep up seem pervasive and it has me questioning the long-term impacts of not dealing with feelings of constant guilt?