Download the Free Guide and Learn to Set Limits practically and efficiently in 3 easy steps.
When you set a limit or say “no”, you’re valuing yourself, your time and your work and, therefore, increasing your self-confidence.
People want miraculous remedies.
In fact, they’d rather take a pill than work on their personal development.
And I understand that.
But do you know what the problem is?
That pill may reduce your discomfort in the short term, but it can also have loads of side effects.
And worst of all: You won’t learn how to solve your problems.
And that doesn’t only happen with miraculous “pills”.
You can also find these types of miraculous promises in psychotherapy or coaching.
Be wary of therapy processes that promise spectacular changes in 1 week or that assure you that “all your problems will go away”.
Your problems won’t go away, because life challenges all of us, without exception.
Knowing yourself, knowing what happens to you and why you react as you do, requires your time and reflection.
Identifying your emotions, thoughts, and actions, to assess what helps you and what doesn’t, takes practice.
But facing challenges with strategies and resources is different than doing it without them.
With this guide you'll learn:
• 2 important things you need to understand to make it “easier” to say “no”.
• Concrete examples in each step so you don’t even have to think about what to say.
• How to go from having to “make excuses” to “choosing”, without having to explain
• How to tell others (without words) that you’re more important to you.
Joe Dispenza, a famous psychologist and scientist, states:
“Your personality creates your personal reality.”
And your personality is made up of what you think, feel and do.
If you don’t set limits, either on others, on yourself or your mind,
you’ll create a particular reality.
So, what are you waiting for to change your reality?
I had a difficult childhood, and despite that, I managed to become a guiding light.
If you want to know how…