029 How to set healthy boundaries

by | Apr 20, 2020

Okay, so this week we’re talking boundaries. As a business owner, of course you have that innate desire to serve your clients, and be available to them to do allofthethings allofthetime. But, my love, that is not going to help you to serve them to the best of your ability. In short, it’s not healthy. And so this is where boundaries come in.

Funnily enough, this isn’t something I have struggled with too much when it comes to my work. Certainly in areas of my personal life in the past, I haven’t managed to uphold the boundaries I put in place (I’ve got so much better now), but with my work and my professional mission I’ve always known when to say yes, and when to say no. So – you might want to hear what I’ve got to say on this subject.

Let’s. Do. This. Thing.

 

Highlights

  • The first boundary I set {2:55}
  • What I’ve observed {4:58}
  • How coronavirus is affecting people’s boundaries {6:48}
  • Setting an example to your clients {9:57}
  • Choosing how you show up {11:51}

 

Quotes

  • “Part of the mission, the big vision is to raise the frequency of the planet. Now that involves giving, that involves sharing from the heart intentionally.”
  • Here’s what I want you to tune into – only give what you feel comfortable in giving because it’s in alignment with what is that you want to create and how it is you want to serve. It really is as simple as that, and in alignment with who it is that you want to be.”

 

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