Are you concerned about what other people think of you? Tune in to learn why people-pleasing is such a bad habit, how to give yourself permission to say "no," and how to be self-honoring instead.
Thu, Nov 12, 2020 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM EST
“The art of pleasing is the art of deceiving.” French Proverb
Are you concerned about what other people think of you? Do you often make decisions based on what you think will please others? Does your sense of self-worth come from the approval of others? Do you often withhold from sharing what you truly want, think or feel because of fear it may upset someone? Are you often last on your list of priorities?
Believe me, you are not alone. Our egos love to be liked, approved and validated. It is natural to want to fit in and not “upset others” because it feels safer. All it takes is one small experience of feeling criticized, not liked, thinking we’ve upset someone, or getting tons of praise and validation for making others happy to develop people-pleasing as a bad habit, depleting your most valuable resources: your time and energy.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Why people-pleasing is so unhealthy
- How you can stop this selfish pattern of people-pleasing and be self-honoring instead.
- How to give yourself permission to say NO!
- And how to reverse the golden rule: Do unto yourself as you do unto others.
Krista Resnick is a certified coach, speaker and podcaster who teaches women to rise in all aspects of themselves. She is the creator/founder of The Selfish Badass Movement, where she helps women practice the Art of Radical Soul Care and Self Leadership. Krista teaches women entrepreneurs, leaders and visionaries to put themselves on the front burner of life by aligning with their purpose, owning their truth and grounding themselves in their vision so that they can thrive without compromise.
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