How to Speak Your Mind Without Making Someone Else Wrong | Tiny Buddha


How to Speak Your Mind Without Making Someone Else Wrong | Tiny Buddha. by

As I read this blog post, I felt like I had literally written it myself. The words echo my own experiences and thoughts of the social norms I learned and adopted at a very early age to “to please, meet expectations, and avoid sharing my thoughts and feelings, which turned “into a life-long struggle to be good enough, know enough, and have enough.”  Like the author, , I too “grew up shy, fearful of having the wrong answer that didn’t fit into what others told me I should be, do, know, and think.”     There is much more to my story related to this, but I will save that for future posts.  My priority for now is to share and honour  and her gift of wisdom she has shared so openly and lovingly.  Stay tuned for future posts telling my story sparked by Carolyn brilliantly modelling the way.  ❤

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abundance tetherer, social advocate, bodacious blogger, jill of all trades, rebel businesswoman, ah-ha coach, caring friend, soul sister, blessed daughter, laughin', learnin' & lovin' along the thrilling roller coaster journey of my life. Personable and perceptive, I'm all about the abundance, the glass half full, I get jazzed about making a difference where I can together with other people. Like everyone, I've lived through the good, the bad and the ugly times, personally and professionally, that are inevitable in life's journey. Along the way, I've been fortunate to learn non-stop, get a BSc.and MBA, and had my fair share of success over 28 years working with a fascinating array of people in a diverse range of industries, sectors and organizations, from single person entrepreneurs to global Fortune 500 companies.
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