Jan 31, 2016
If you're a "yes person", you find yourself saying "Yes" to
others. However, what you're really doing is saying "No" to
yourself. Doing this causes you to reach burn out after a number of
years. You get jaded by friends and family taking advantage of your
"generosity", all because you're too nice to say no. There's a way
out of this, and it will take baby steps, but it's time to gain
some empowerment and start saying "Yes" to yourself.
In the Ask Paul segment, I read a letter from a woman who starts to feel fear when talking to people, whether that's because she feels stupid or like she's being judged. No matter what causes it, I talk about a couple of approaches that take the fear out of the equation.
Finally, I change things up and talk about animals and emotions. In my opinion, there is absolutely emotions in animals - it's a non-issue, but no matter what you believe, this segment explains my experience with the subject and how I can tell emotions are at play and not just animal instinct.
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