348: Boundaries for Breakthroughs: The Upside of Self-Imposed Limits
Self-imposed limitations aren’t always a bad thing. Establishing limits for yourself can actually be a kindness; a form of self-respect and even self-care.
This episode of the Grace & Grit podcast explores:
- The dark and bright side to self-imposed limitations.
- Why you owe it to yourself to set limits on how you spend resources like time, energy and mental bandwidth.
- Constraint as a form of self-respect and even self-love.
- How to say “no” in a world that is begging you to say “yes” to everything.
… and so much more.
If you are someone who is constantly saying that you never have time to do the things you want to be doing or you are struggling to create the level of health and happiness you truly crave. Do not miss this episode.
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