Are you one of those lovely people who is always there to help but end up resenting others for taking too much and feeling bad about resenting them!
Do you feel guilty for saying No? But does it feel like you are always the one helping others?
Do you compromise your own needs in order to put others first? Is there never any time left in the day for you?
Is there someone in your life who needs your help and you want to help, but the stress of managing everything is making you ill and you feel you can’t cope?
It is time to redress the balance
You can be that lovely person – the world needs you – but to do so effectively, you need to learn how to say ‘No’ when you need to – without feeling guilty
How to stop people taking advantage of you is for those people who are always putting themselves out for others and feel like they get nothing back in return. If you are one of life’s givers, it can be very difficult to say ‘no’ but for your own health and sanity you need to know how to do this in a way that doesn’t make you feel guilty or anxious. Sometimes ‘yes’ comes out before you’ve thought about it and you’ve commit yourself once again to something you really don’t have time to and as the event gets closer your anxiety rises to a point where you feel you just can’t cope.
How to stop people taking advantage of you will help you redress the balance so you are happy doing the things you want to.
Lesson 1 – What motivates some people to take advantage of others?
Lesson 2 – Personality Archetypes – who are you?
Lesson 3 – Givers and Takers
Lesson 4 – Case Study of a typical giver vs a typical taker
Lesson 5 – Workplace Boundaries
Lesson 6 – Family Pressures
Lesson 7 – How to change how other people are behaving towards you.
Lesson 8 – It’s Time to Put YOU First
Lesson 9 – Ten easy ways to deliver a guilt free ‘No’
Lesson 10 – Summary