Webinar Follow-Up: What Will You End?

Denise

Webinar Follow-Up: What Will You End?

Denise
sunset-at-tewaukoa-national-wildlife-refugeYesterday, in our free monthly webinar, I shared suggestions and ideas on how you can end what no longer works. It may be time to end a relationship, a service or provider, a habit or a thought. (Miss yesteray's webinar? No worries--watch the archive, "Ending What No Longer Works.")

So, I'd love to know: What will you end?

Share your thoughts about the endings you are ready to take in our comments section, below.

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Mar

This webinar was so helpful, I will listen to it more than once and have already suggested it to others. I have always found it difficult to set boundaries with an awareness that \"they can take care of themselves.\" So thank you for that reminder!\r\n\r\nI have a friend with whom I have communicated that evenings will never be the best time for an extended phone conversation that I can sometimes text, but usually would prefer that Tom and I have evenings to ourselves unless it's something urgent. In spite of that, she texts frequently in the evenings. I never feel like I am free to not reply, and I feel rude saying \"not now.\" (In a more polite form.)\r\n\r\nI now feel more free to ignore the text until it is convenient for me to answer. (How I wish there was voice mail for texts, I find they often arrive with inconvenient timing, and I'm sure my texts to others do the same.)\r\n\r\nAND, I will not begin my text in the morning with \"I'm sorry, I was ------ last night.\" I don't need to be sorry. I intend to just begin with \"in answer to your text last night .....\"\r\n\r\nI have far to go, but this is start, and thank for the encouragement of this seminar!