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Can you relate?
You said yes to a major project with your full heart. You felt good. Excited. Ready to dive in. You believe in this thing and the other folks involved are thrilled to have you on board.
A bit of time goes by and your life takes a turn.
It’s all good, but things are different now. Less time, less bandwidth. The truth is you stress even thinking about this project and what it will take to pull it off.
But, you already said yes. You gave your word.Honesty is the best solution for cleaning up a sticky situation. Click To Tweet
People are counting on you (lots of them) and you pride yourself on being someone who honors commitments, no matter what.
Enter a stormy, emotional mix of guilt, inadequacy, panic, and fear.
There’s the fear of looking weak, the fear of disappointing others, and the fear of damaging your reputation.
Do you suck it up and try harder, or, do you call it quits?
If you’ve ever struggled with saying no after you’ve already said yes, this MarieTV is for you.
After you’ve watched, I’d love to get your take.
Have you ever struggled with whether or not to back out of something important?
How did you make your decision and what was the outcome?
For bonus points, let us know the silliest white lie you’ve ever told to get out of a commitment.
Do your best to be as specific as you can in your comment, as tens of thousands of beautiful souls visit these posts for inspiration and support.
Your story may be the breakthrough someone else needs to create a business and life they love!
As always, thank you so much for watching, spreading the word, and sharing so brilliantly in the comments.
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