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How to break up with energy sucking clients (or people)

How to break up with energy sucking clients (or people)


VIDEO RECAP:

Alright girlfriend, it’s time for a talk… about boundaries. 

And awkwardness. And everything that makes your stomach squirm and your shoulders tighten.

(#Yuck)

We all know the feeling. 

It sure as hell ain’t new, but it’s definitely still a reality. Because people are people, and they will always be a challenge to deal with.

Whether at home or at work, it’s BEYOND frustrating to have your energy get unfairly drained. 

That’s ultimately what boundaries are anyway. 

Energy. 

They either give you energy, or detract from your energy. 

Think about it. 

When your boundaries are being met, you feel great. 

You feel healthy, balanced, motivated and strong. Ready to take on whatever the world throws your way.

But when your boundaries are being crossed… you basically feel the opposite. 

You feel constricted, stuck, put down, tense, irritated and tired. 

(“Oh my god, I don’t even have the energy to TALK to this person about my boundaries. Let alone remedy the problem!”) 

Worse, when you’re a caring and generous person, boundary crossing feels like a never-ending situation. 

As if by being nice, you simply have to put up with getting walked on.

(So not okay!)

I myself have spent FAR too many years struggling to move past all this. 

And although I wish I hadn’t pained myself as much as I did, the glory of it is that I’ve FINALLY figured it out, and I’m here to share with you my solution.

In today’s post, you’ll find out the 3 über important things you must do to ensure that your boundaries get met. (And it’s a lot easier than you think, once you get over the first.)

Is it geared more towards entrepreneurs? Totally. 

But that doesn’t mean it’s still not applicable to anyone in the corporate world, or the “home-life” realm, because boundaries are a universal human experience, and we NEED them in all areas of our life.

For our energy, our health, and our amazing well-being. 

You deserve it! 

 

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