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CLEAR AND HEALTHY BOUNDARIES ARE A GIFT TO YOUR BUSINESS AND TO YOUR CUSTOMERS
Healthy boundaries are the container for all of the work we do.
Think about it: Everything starts and ends with boundaries.
When we cultivate, honor, and articulate them through our business, our work has deeper and longer-lasting impact. And even better... our clients get our best and we still enjoy our work, without falling into the angst of resentment, overwhelm, and feeling like our business has more control over us, than we do over it.
How do you know if your business could use a healthy boundary tune up, or any boundaries at all?
"Listen to her. Randi Buckley is heart-busting brain balm."
- Danielle LaPorte
Well... you might find yourself struggling to say no to client requests, requests for colleagues, people have no trouble asking to you to "more" as they know you'll take it on; you are feeling harried in your work, overwhelmed, finding it easier to just suck it up and do things you think are out of the scope of the work, as you don't want to disappoint, you actually want to "overdeliver" and dang, you don't want to risk that client going elsewhere because you NEED this client- they pay the rent, but now friends and family are starting to get frustrated because you are always working on this business and they feel left out and now that suffers, too, and their support starts to dry up and that thing you told your client you would do? Well you did it, but don't feel it's your best work, it was last minute, rushed, and it wore you out, but here you are tired, overwhelmed facing the next task at hand, and too spent to articulate they ways you work best, and the cycle continues, snowballs, and continues again. And suddenly, this is not the work you thought it would be. You are burnt out, not making as much as you thought you would and someone just called to ask if they could pick your brain, and you start to cry. Again.
And that sucks.
But Here's the Deal (with my hand over my heart, I want to tell you):