Ready to Stop People-Pleasing?
Let us not beat around the bush. As some of you may know, I am an authenticity expert. I help people like you with leaving behind people pleasing.
Today, I will be sharing with you 3 reasons why you should stop people pleasing. More importantly, today I will be helping you to make a solid decision of whether you want to live authentically by releasing the need to people please or spend your time instead trying to please everyone, over apologize, and continue avoiding conflict.
The thing is, ending a habit of people pleasing is NOT suitable for everyone. That’s the truth.
I know of so many people who were only slightly interested in living authentically and wanted to end people pleasing… but they never got anywhere because they did not dig deep enough to truly understand why ending people pleasing is so important.
Top 3 Reasons to Stop People-Pleasing
After talking to dozens of my most successful customers, I have distilled the 3 main reasons why anyone would want to release the need to people-please. And it’s not what you imagine, [first name]!
Reason #1- The biggest reason I heard from others and that I resonate with myself, is that they wanted to stop people-pleasing because they don’t want their kids to get into the same way of thinking, habits, and self-talk. What a huge WHY!
Reason #2- “My friends and coworkers keep telling me that I apologize too much.” I was here once and I have some friends and clients that still apologize 5+ times in 1 call.
Reason #3- I struggle with saying “No.” This is so important with every day life choices that will eat up your time, as well as, big decisions like where you will live, who you will marry, and job satisfaction!
Where Are You in Your Journey of Living Authentically?
What about you? Do any of these reasons resonate with you?
I want you to get real clear on your reason(s) behind why you want to stop people-pleasing. Let us not talk about superficial reasons. I want you to dig deep to truly figure out why you want to change.
You may realize at the end of the day that living authentically isn’t for you, and that’s okay. But if you realize that it may be something you are interested in, I’m here to walk this journey with you!
So let me know… what’s your personal WHY for wanting to stop people-pleasing?
Why are YOU interested in living authentically? Why would YOU like to achieve this?
I truly don’t think that it’s a coincidence that you are here. Hit comment and let me know…