Start saying “YES” to you
Does every fibre of your being want to scream “NO I CAN’T.” But instead, you automatically smile sweetly and say, “Yes, I’ll do it, because anything else would be considered selfish and inconsiderate.
What if you could learn to say “no” without feeling guilty or worrying about what other people think?
Book a free 30 minute coaching session where you’ll get to the core of what’s really behind your need to keep everyone happy and learn what you’ll need to do to take that first step in getting out of your own way so you can begin to speak up for what you want and need without all of the guilt.
It’s Time to Let Go of Who Think You’re Supposed to Be and Rediscover Who You Really Are
I’m guessing you’re here because you feel that something in your life has not worked out the way you had hoped.
You find yourself never wanting to upset anyone even if it means biting your tongue and never showing how you really felt because speaking up would be considered disrespectful.
The word “No” isn’t in your vocabulary because keeping everyone around you happy and putting their needs before your own is just something you were taught to do. Anything else would be considered selfish and inconsiderate.
You follow the “rules” and never make a mistake because part of keeping everyone happy means things need to be perfect.
Now, you find that you’re not able to express your feelings or assert yourself without caring about what everyone may think. You’re constantly worried about making the wrong decision or mistake so you find yourself replaying scenarios over and over in your head, and over- analyzing EVERYTHING.
As someone who is eager to please, it may not even seem possible that you could live a life where
you stop biting and speak up for what you really want and need. It may even seem a little selfish. I can relate as it did for me too.
But if someone who has always given in to the needs of others learned to speak up for herself and stop ignoring her own wants and needs, you can too!
Like to book in a free 30 min coaching call with me?
Hi I’m Amy
I spent most of my life living for other people, and I know how frustrating it can be. I put so much pressure on myself to do or be something based on what I thought I was SUPPOSED to do or SHOULD do that I was left feeling unhappy and burnt out.
Now, I live a life doing what is right for me without the guilt or shame for doing so, and I’d love to help you do the same.
You you need an expert! Someone who has done the work and can help you get the results you are looking for.
Here’s how I can support you.
“Amy has a unique way of bringing out the best in people. She takes an energetic, no-nonsense and humorous approach in guiding you to form your dreams into reality. She listens keenly and takes a broad perspective, logically and intuitively guiding with useful input, sprinkled with bright shared laughter.
What means perhaps even more to me is that she genuinely is pleased when her clients succeed, and heartily is dedicated to what she does. She truly wants the best for others”
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