When I used to travel for work, I visited quite a number of car rental booths. While renting a car on one of those trips, a man walked up behind me and got very close. Then he stood right next to me and started asking questions to the agent (the same agent I was talking to). [Read more…]
Anger can rise up in you because of a violation of your personal boundaries, but do you even know what your boundaries are?
I like to think of boundaries as your castle walls. And within those walls lies your emotional core where you are most vulnerable yet most powerful at the same time.
Sometimes we feel anger and we aren’t even sure why. This episode will help you learn what your boundaries are so that you know at what point you can be pushed before you “lose it”.
Also, I read an email from someone who got so angry that he forgot what he said while he was in that state. You do have a choice to either utilize anger for your protection or to attack someone else.
What you choose will determine if you’re in control or not. Where anger takes you is up to you as long as you stay conscious long enough to utilize it in the best way possible.
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Brene Brown said, “Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.”
I remember making a business deal with a friend of mine. We went into together knowing that we’d each have to play a part in developing, running, and sustaining the business. The business idea sounded very lucrative, and we were both excited to start going with it.
However, about a month into, I got reservations. I almost felt sick every time we talked about it, to the point where I hoped it wouldn’t be brought up. But, this was a business arrangement that I agreed to – how could it possibly not be brought up? [Read more…]
There’s no escaping the sometimes hard to deal with arguments, tension, and turmoil that can go on in a relationship. I received an email on this topic, and in this article, I cover everything from personal boundaries to irrational people. [Read more…]
Part 2 of a two-part episode where we talk about the 10 life lessons that, if implemented, lead to peace and fulfillment. So many of us simply live day to day, trying to make the next day as good as the last, or better. The day to day can be fulfilling, or it can be grueling. If it’s the latter, it’s possible that there is a primal need at your deepest level not getting fulfilled. If that’s the case, it will be harder to attain the peace and balance you may be looking for.
This episode covers the second 5 of the lessons, and helps you understand what you may need to focus on to create a happier life for yourself. [Read more…]